Obulus, (plural Oboli)—A small coin, about the value of a penny.
If she was gone he would spend every penny he had to find her!
Sir, you once gave me a penny, and you have since embezzled my fortune.
He spared no expense, which he could well afford, seeing that he never paid a penny.
To her, the blaze of the Set's smartness was but the flicker of a penny dip.
You never know when he's done with you, and if you're in for a penny, you're in for a pound.'
Broth and coffee were sold at these places at a penny a cup.
I asked him three-halfpence for a penny one, because I was afraid he'd beat me down.
Then I'm as happy to have her without a penny—happier I am to prove my love pure.
The Princess has never given me a penny of her money; I don't need it.