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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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The King now increased it to the enormous sum of two shilling and ten pence.
He would haggle in a bargain for a shilling, and economize in things beneath a wise man's notice or consideration.
Many a fine meerschaum keeps up its cheerful fire on a shilling a-week.
The penny at that time was equal to a shilling of the present day, and would, relatively, purchase as much.
SHOWELL'S DICTIONARY OF BIRMINGHAMTHOMAS T. HARMAN AND WALTER SHOWELL
It ran from Leicester to Loughborough and back at a fare of one shilling, and carried 570 passengers.
The value of the fish depends on the state of the market, and the price realized is often as low as a shilling per hundred weight.
A tiny mass of snow slips down from the top of some lofty mountain; that tiny mass is my original shilling.
Don't be cast down, my friends, at the single shilling which your pastor is about to subscribe.
Four of my sisters will be my 'B's,' my busy bees; each 'B' will select four 'C's,' from each of whom she will obtain a shilling.
I know the world, my brethren, and I know that as a rule the world is very glad indeed to get off for a shilling.

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