copper[ kop-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF copper
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COPPER
"And copper's up two points to-day," said Percival, cheerfully.
The movements in Copper and Cordage Trust stocks are purely speculative.
Here's copper just closed at 93, after opening strong this morning at 105.
"Why, he copped the copper's kale," Aggie translated, glibly.
Since then we have greatly diminished the iron and increased the copper.
His face changed from its copper color to a dull, waxy yellow.
It was simply a copper wire coated with gutta-percha, without any other protection.
The Father of the Marshalsea had never been offered tribute in copper yet.
So, he got the copper and the nails and the pot and the rat that could speak, and the Devil vanished.
Master Lukas, who engraves in copper, asked me as his guest.