736 examples of dime in sentences
Mr. Heatherbloom laid down a dime at the ticket office.
He would sell you cigars in exchange for the plot of a dime novel, slippers for a sonnet, a fresh catch of fish for a paradox; he would talk at so much an hour with newspaper reporters whose duty was to record the lively capers of the smart set.
If Dinnie gave him a nickel or a dime, when they went down-town, Satan would rush into a store, rear up on the counter where the rubber balls were kept, drop the coin, and get a ball for himself.
"You're des a pig, Saty," said Dinnie, but with a sigh for the candy that was not to be, Dinnie opened the door, and Satan, to her wonder, rushed to the counter, put his forepaws on it, and dropped from his mouth a dime.
The father, upon learning that the price of the inscription would be ten cents a letter, insisted that Fanny should be spelt with one n, as he should thereby save a dime!
As a preventitive against being tricked or hoo-dooed, punch a hole through a dime, insert a string through the hole, and tie it around the left ankle.
She laid a second palm, on the upraised booty, made one whole revolution, her soft crinoline ballooning and subsiding with a seductive swish as she paused: "And you shall share these blessings, grannie, love, although of the assets themselves"she returned the bag to its sanctuary and smoothed the waist where the paper proceeds of the schoolmistress's gold still hid"you shall never handle a dime."
(In Dime western magazine.
(In Dime western, July 1947)
(In Dime detective magazine, June 1932) © 20Jun32; B477721.
(In Dime detective magazine, Nov. 1932)
(In Dime Western magazine, Sept. 1945)
(In Dime Western magazine, Oct. 1945) © 31Aug45; B691557.
(In Dime western, Aug. 1947)
(In Dime western, Sept. 1947) © 1Aug47; B92070.
(In Dime western, Oct. 1947) © 3Sep47; B95939.
(In Dime western, Nov. 1948)
(In Dime western, Dec. 1948)
(In Dime western, Feb. 1949)
(In Dime Western magazine, May 1949)
(In Dime Western magazine, Aug. 1949) © 1Jul49; B201977.
(In Dime Western magazine, Oct. 1949)
(In Dime western magazinewestern rangers, Nov. 1950)
(In Dime detective magazine, Feb. 1950)
Unless my topesheet goes pack on me, for deh first dime in forty years dere vill pe a record clip pefore a veek from to-tay.