Definitions

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of penny.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Having or possessed of a penny.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • It costs them pennied if anything to distribute them.

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  • Millions and millions of purchases each day instantly pennied and parlayed.

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  • Eight of your enemies pennied your door and you suck at revenge.

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  • As we read the description we have no hesitancy in believing that the "unpennied sweep" frequently became a pennied sweep after the gentle Elia had passed by.

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  • Mr Bonteen had been appointed chiefly because it was thought that he might in that office act as a quasi House of Commons deputy to the Duke of Omnium in carrying out his great scheme of a five-farthinged penny and a ten-pennied shilling.

    Phineas Redux

  • Commons deputy to the Duke of Omnium in carrying out his great scheme of a five-farthinged penny and a ten-pennied shilling.

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  • Decidedly not -- there is nothing to match it; and so thinks 'the one-pennied boy' who spares him his one penny, and deems it well bestowed.

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  • The first thing that was wrong was that Kate had locked the door to our bedroom, when there wasn’t really a lock, which meant she’d either pushed up furniture or pennied it shut.

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