Definitions

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  • noun Alternative spelling of tuppence worth.

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Examples

  • I'm way behind Charon and John Bolch with this story, but must throw in my tuppenceworth.

    How to address the Supreme Court

  • I'm way behind Charon and John Bolch with this story, but must throw in my tuppenceworth.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • Anyway, Liam Byrne, the Minister for Shafting The Tories, also adds his tuppenceworth:

    Gordon Brown, Charlie Whelan and Me

  • Anyway, Liam Byrne, the Minister for Shafting The Tories, also adds his tuppenceworth:

    Gordon Brown, Charlie Whelan and Me

  • My tuppenceworth, having been on the other end of the Law of Immindent Departure, is that some of it has to do with the fear of "relationships" at work.

    Want to get laid? Say you're leaving.

  • Anyway, Liam Byrne, the Minister for Shafting The Tories, also adds his tuppenceworth:

    Labour's attack lines are self-defeating

  • So might he want to put in his tuppenceworth, unofficially declaring as Straw, Harman and Miliband have effectively done?

    Something a bit dainty about the Miliband technique

  • With so many helpful comments already I hesitate to add my tuppenceworth to the throng but...

    Insomnia

  • Out for a walk with the pram maybe, passers-by stopping to offer their tuppenceworth, having heard the bawling from a hundred yards away.

    A Big Boy Did It and Ran Away

  • Even before Ian got involved, it was already Shelley or his boss the Cardinal who the press went to first for a moral angle; unless it was a specifically C of S story, you'd always find the Reverend McLeod's tuppenceworth much further down the coluruns.

    Boiling a frog

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