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 24 result(s).
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Antony and CleopatraAC III.xiii.22Something particular. His coin, ships, legions,Something particular: His Coine, Ships, Legions,
CoriolanusCor III.i.78Coin words till their decay against those measlesCoine words till their decay, against those Meazels
CoriolanusCor V.iv.1See you yond coign o'th' Capitol, yondSee you yon'd Coin a'th Capitol, yon'd
Henry IV Part 11H4 I.ii.54Yea, and elsewhere, so far as my coin wouldYea and elsewhere, so farre as my Coine would
Henry IV Part 11H4 II.ii.35again for all the coin in thy father's exchequer. What aagain, for all the coine in thy Fathers Exchequer. What a
Henry IV Part 11H4 III.iii.77you rich? Let them coin his nose, let them coin hisyou Rich? Let them coyne his Nose, let them coyne his
Henry VI Part 22H6 I.i.77His valour, coin, and people in the wars?His valour, coine, and people in the warres?
Henry VIIIH8 III.i.171Such doubts as false coin from it. The King loves you;Such doubts as false Coine from it. The King loues you,
Henry VIIIH8 III.ii.325Your holy hat to be stamped on the King's coin.Your holy-Hat to be stampt on the Kings Coine.
Julius CaesarJC IV.iii.72By heaven, I had rather coin my heart,By Heauen, I had rather Coine my Heart,
King Edward IIIE3 III.iii.67Exceeding store of treasure, pearl, and coin.Exceding store of treasure, perle, and coyne,
King JohnKJ II.i.530Full thirty thousand marks of English coin.Full thirty thousand Markes of English coyne:
Love's Labour's LostLLL III.i.130him a coin), for the best ward of mine honour isfor the best ward of mine honours is rewarding
Love's Labour's LostLLL V.ii.610The face of an old Roman coin, scarceThe face of an old Roman coine, scarce
Measure for MeasureMM II.iv.45Their saucy sweetness that do coin God's imageTheir sawcie sweetnes, that do coyne heauens Image
The Merchant of VeniceMV II.vii.56A coin that bears the figure of an angelA coyne that beares the figure of an Angell
Richard IIR2 II.i.161The plate, coin, revenues, and movablesThe plate, coine, reuennewes, and moueables,
Timon of AthensTim III.i.52Let molten coin be thy damnation,Let moulten Coine be thy damnation,
Timon of AthensTim III.iii.27Who bates mine honour shall not know my coin.Who bates mine Honor, shall not know my Coyne.
Timon of AthensTim III.v.109Their coin upon large interest, I myselfTheir Coine vpon large interest. I my selfe,
Titus AndronicusTit II.iii.5Know that this gold must coin a stratagemKnow that this Gold must coine a stratageme,
Twelfth NightTN III.i.43.1She gives him a coin
Twelfth NightTN III.i.53She gives another coin
The Winter's TaleWT IV.iv.720stamped coin, not stabbing steel; therefore they do notstamped Coyne, not stabbing Steele, therefore they doe not

Glossary

 45 result(s).
angelgold coin [with the angel Michael depicted], value between a third and half of a pound
chequintype of gold coin [of Italy and Turkey]
clippare, cut [as of the edges of a coin]
coincreate fantasies, fabricate, fantasize
coincreate, make [as in minting a coin]
coppercoin made of copper
counterimitation coin, something of no value
counter[contemptuous] coin, bit of change
crackclip [of gold illegally taken from a coin]
crosscoin [referring to the cross stamped on some types of coin]
crowncoin [usually showing a monarch's crown], English value: 5 shilllings
crusadoPortuguese gold coin [bearing the figure of a cross]
cruzadoPortuguese gold coin [bearing the figure of a cross]
current[as of a coin] authentic, genuine, valid
doit[small Dutch coin = half an English farthing] trivial sum, worthless amount, trifle
dollarGerman silver coin
doubleworth twice the value of the standard coin
drachmaGreek silver coin of varying but significant value
ducatgold (sometimes silver) coin used in several European countries
French crowncoin
French crownbaldness caused by syphilis [often punning on the French coin]
French-crown-colourlight yellow coloured [as the French crown coin]
guildergold coin used in parts of Europe
half-faced[of a coin] showing a monarch's profile; also: clipped, imperfect
halfpencesilver coin worth half of one penny
Harry ten shillingscoin (from the reign of Henry VII) valued at five shillings
ingotcoin, piece
moy[misunderstanding of French ‘moi’] type of coin; measure of goods
nobleEnglish gold coin, worth one third of a pound
piececoin, piece of money
platesilver coin, silver piece
pressimpress [as a stamp on a coin], imprint, mark
ringcircle surrounding the sovereign's head [on a coin]; ringing [of the voice]
royalkingly; also: to the value of the English coin worth half a pound
royalgold coin, value of half a pound
shillingcoin valued at twelve old pence or one twentieth of a pound
shovel-boardwide coin used as a counter in the game of shovel-board
sixpencesilver coin of this value
slipcounterfeit coin; also: evasion
solidarenot a known coin; expressive of a paltry sum
stamppress, impress, coin
stampcoin, impression [of the monarch's head] made on a coin
three farthingscoin valued at three-quarters of a penny
threepencecoin of this value
twopencesilver coin of this value

Thesaurus

 52 result(s).
authentic [as of a coin]current
circle on the sovereign's head [on a coin]ring
clip [of gold illegally taken from a coin]crack
coiningot
coinpiece
coinstamp
coinFrench crown
coincross
coincrown
coincopper
cointhree farthings
coinstamp
coinHarry ten shillings
coinducat
coinmoy
cointhreepence
coindollar
coinshilling
coinnoble
coinroyal
cointwopence
coinplate
coincounter
coinchequin
coincardecue
coindoit
coinsolidare
coinhalfpence
cointester
coinsixpence
coinmill-sixpence
coinhalf-faced
coindrachma
coinroyal
coindouble
coinangel
coinshovel-board
coinguilder
coincrusado
coin, clippedcrack
coin, counterfeitslip
coin, design ofring
coin, imitationcounter
copper coincopper
counterfeit coinslip
cut [as of the edges of a coin]clip
genuine [as of a coin]current
head [on a coin]ring
imitation coincounter
impress [as a stamp on a coin]press
impression made on a coinstamp
valid [as of a coin]current

Themes and Topics

 1 result(s).
Money...nny three farthings lll iii i 135 coin of this value penny lll iii i 137 ...
...of this value penny lll iii i 137 coin of this value twopence mw i i 145 ...
... value twopence mw i i 145 silver coin of this value threepence h8 ii iii...
...his value threepence h8 ii iii 36 coin of this value groat 2h4 i ii 237 ...
...tamping mill sixpence 2h4 i ii 25 coin of this value tester mw i iii 82 ...
...enny piece shilling 2h6 iv vii 19 coin of this value large value amounts...
...le value angel ce iv iii 40 gold coin value between 6s 8p and 10s at various...
...el michael noble 1h6 v iv 23 gold coin value third of a pound 6s 8d roy...
...pound 6s 8d royal r2 v v 67 gold coin value 10 shillings harry ten shil...
...hillings 2h4 iii ii 216 half-sovereign coin from the reign of henry vii value 5s ...
... value chequin per iv ii 24 gold coin of italy and turkey equivalent english ...
...ue about 8s crown ayl i i 2 gold coin of varying value in different countries...
...ng value in different countries english coin value 5s crusado oth iii iv 26 ...
... crusado oth iii iv 26 portuguese gold coin equivalent english value about 3s ...
...r mac i ii 65 [= thaler] german silver coin also in other countries with varying va...
... drachma jc iii ii 243 greek silver coin of varying but significant value also u...
...cat mv i iii 1 gold (sometimes silver) coin used in several european countries with...
...bout 3s 6d) guilder ce i i 8 gold coin used in parts of europe mark h8 v ...
...wo-thirds of a pound (13s 4d) name of a coin in some countries talent tim i i ...
...salvation [= quart d'ecu] french silver coin of little value equivalent english valu...
... 78 i’ll not pay a denier french copper coin of little value 12th of a sou (which wa...
...no doit / of usance for my moneys dutch coin of little value equivalent english valu...
...rize their hours / at a cracked drachma coin assumed to be of small value [cf above]...
...’s three solidares for thee not a known coin perhaps derived from the solidus (roman...

Words Families

 8 result(s).
Word FamilyWord Family GroupWords
COINBASICcoin n, coin v, coinage n, coining n
COINPEOPLEcoiner n
COINSTATEcleanly-coined adj
COINNOTuncoined adj
UNCOINEDBASICsee COIN
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