Definition of Fifty-cent piece

1. Noun. A United States coin worth half of a dollar.

Exact synonyms: Half Dollar
Generic synonyms: Coin



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fifty-cent Piece

fifth normal form
fifth part
fifth slip
fifth slips
fifth ventricle
fifth wheel
fifth wheels
fifthly
fifthness
fifths
fiftie
fifties
fiftieth
fiftieths
fifty
fifty-cent piece (current term)
fifty-eight
fifty-eighth
fifty-fifth
fifty-fifty
fifty-first
fifty-first state
fifty-five
fifty-four
fifty-fourth
fifty-nine
fifty-ninth
fifty-one
fifty-oneth
fifty-second

Literary usage of Fifty-cent piece

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Elementary Arithmetic by William W. Speer, George Albert Wentworth (1897)
"Place a quarter, a fifty-cent piece, three quarters, and a dollar where they can be observed and handled. Ratios of Value. — 1. Tell all you can about the ..."

2. Elementary Arithmetic by William W. Speer (1897)
"Place a quarter, a fifty-cent piece, three quarters, and a dollar where they can be observed and handled. Ratios of Value. — 1. Tell all you can about the ..."

3. Sound Currency, 1895-1896: A Compendium of Accurate and Timely Information by Reform Club, New York, Reform Club (New York, N.Y.) (1896)
"And be it further enacted, That the silver coins of the United States shall be a dollar, half- dollar or fifty-cent piece, a quarter-dollar or twenty-five ..."

4. Sound Currency: A Compendium of Accurate and Timely Information on Currency by Sound Currency Committee, Reform Club (New York, N.Y.), N.Y.) Reform Club (New York (1895)
"The silver coins of *he United States shall be a trade dollar, a half-dollar, or a fifty-cent piece, a quar'cr dollar, or twenty-five cent piece, a dime, ..."

5. A Pioneer Outline History of Northwestern Pennsylvania: Embracing the by William James McKnight (1905)
"Mr. Barnett induced the Indians to recount their silver, but the fifty-cent piece was still missing. The Indians then declared Mr. Barnett must die; ..."

6. Description of Industry: An Introduction to Economics by Henry Carter Adams (1918)
"The fifty cent piece, the twenty-five cent piece, and the ten cent piece are ... The fifty cent piece, for example, would not be worth as much if melted up ..."

7. A Handbook of Politics for 1868 [to 1894] by Edward McPherson (1876)
"That the silver coins of the United States shall be a trade-dollar, a half-dollar, or fifty-cent piece, a quarter-dollar, or twenty-five cent piece, a dime, ..."

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