[fahyv-uh n-ten] /ˈfaɪv ənˈtɛn/
Also called five-and-ten-cent store
[fahyv-uh n-ten-sent] /ˈfaɪv ənˈtɛnˌsɛnt/ (Show IPA), five-and-dime
[fahyv-uh n-dahym] /ˈfaɪv ənˈdaɪm/ (Show IPA), dime store, ten-cent store. a store offering a wide assortment of inexpensive items, formerly costing five or ten cents, for personal and household use.
of, relating to, or characteristic of a five-and-ten.
Cheap; paltry; second-rate: Dr Ruth is strictly a five-and-dime affair
A variety store selling relatively cheap items; dime store (1908+)
[fahyv-bahy-fahyv] /ˈfaɪv baɪˈfaɪv/ adjective, Slang: Facetious. 1. short and fat.
- Five-case note
noun phrase A five-dollar bill (1920s+)
plural noun 1. the collective name for the Cherokee, Creek, Choctaw, Chickasaw, and Seminole tribes of Indians who, in spite of their adaptation to European culture, were deported to the Indian Territory from 1830 to 1840.