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noun as in process of making money

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noun as in metal money

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Example Sentences

Magarian thinks the term is still useful, but at the time of its coinage, most of the new players were Americans.

In all seriousness, however, this term became one of the most successful coinages of modern times.

From Time

The digital crowd’s vocabulary brims with whimsical coinages, many of which have migrated to the broader national conversation.

From Time

Here’s me developing the entire society and its economics and what coinage it’s using and numismatics.

From Vox

Now, more than a decade later, the coinage is gaining new, legal, heft.

Early on, I took to calling this doctrine belief in the “confidence fairy,” a coinage that seems to have stuck.

Remember his coinage “Obamneycare,” which he used in debates starting last June?

“Encounters” is the publisher's cool coinage for occasional pieces, complains Nancy Campbell in the TLS.

But I feel that were I to accept the award, it would ultimately debase the coinage of the medal.

The present bronze coinage came into use December 1st, 1860, and Messrs. Heaton have had several contracts therefor since then.

The last-named engine was intended for the coinage operations in the Mint at Lima.

This was done quite openly and the coinage was restored at the earliest opportunity.

If he had stayed away people might have thought that he was reading blue-books, or calculating coinage, or preparing a speech.

The Swiss army, postal system and finances were put under federal control and a national coinage was established.


On this page you'll find 21 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to coinage, such as: coining, and null.

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