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- (Britain, informal, dated) Two pence (in pre- or post-decimalisation currency).
- Milk has gone up to tuppence ha'penny a pint.
- 1909, W. W. Jacobs, "Prize Money," in Sailor's Knots,
- In less than four days twenty-three men had paid their tuppences to Henery, who 'ad been made the seckitary.
- (Britain, idiomatic) Opinion.
- (Britain, slang, usually childish) Vulva or vagina.
- 2012, Richard Johns, Diagnosis of the Soul: The Long Road to the Beginning:
- The lady confided to the nurse helping her up off the examination couch, and told her “He put his hand up me funnel and made me tuppence bleed!”