noun, plural sixpence, sixpences for 2.
(used with a singular or plural verb) British. a sum of six pennies.
(used with a singular verb) a cupronickel coin of the United Kingdom, the half of a shilling, formerly equal to six pennies: equal to two and one-half new pence after decimalization in 1971.
a small British cupronickel coin with a face value of six pennies, worth 21/2 (new) pence, not minted since 1970
adjective 1. of the amount or value of sixpence; costing sixpence. 2. of trifling value; cheap; paltry. 3. noting a nail 2 inches (5 cm) long. Symbol: 6d. adjective 1. (prenominal) (of a nail) two inches in length
noun 1. (informal) a football match between two teams in similar positions in the league table, considered as being worth six points as it not only gains the winning team three points but denies three points to the losing team
noun 1. a revolver from which six shots can be fired without reloading. noun 1. (US, informal) a revolver with six chambers Also called six-gun six-hundred-pound gorilla
noun 1. a playing card or the upward face of a die bearing six pips. 2. a domino one half of which bears six pips.