Definition of Dimes

1. Noun. (plural of dime) ¹



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Definition of Dimes

1. dime [n] - See also: dime

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dimes

dimerised
dimerises
dimerising
dimerism
dimerisms
dimerization
dimerizations
dimerize
dimerized
dimerizer
dimerizers
dimerizes
dimerizing
dimerous
dimers
dimes (current term)
dimesogenic
dimestore
dimestores
dimetacrine tartrate
dimetal
dimeter
dimeters
dimethadione
dimethenamid
dimethicone
dimethicones
dimethindene
dimethindene maleate
dimethisterone

Literary usage of Dimes

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1. The Speaker's Garland: Comprising 100 Choice Selections by Phineas Garrett (1904)
"These are the times For a man to look after his dollars and dimes. ... He should have wed with dollars and dimes." A sickly wife and starving times? ..."

2. An Intermediate Arithmetic: Uniting Mental and Written Exercises in a by Emerson Elbridge White (1898)
"How many dimes in 1 dollar? In 3 dollars? 6 dollars? 4 dollars? 8 dollars? 4. ... How many dimes in 40 cents? In 90 cents? 60 cents? 70 cents? 100 cents? 6. ..."

3. Everyday Arithmetic by Franklin Sherman Hoyt, Harriet E. Peet (1920)
"50 cents = —dimes. How much money have I if I have: 20. 3 dimes and 1 nickel? 27. 1 nickel and 1 dime? 21. 2 dimes and 3 nickels? 28. 1 nickel and 2 dimes? ..."

4. School Arithmetic: Primary Book by John Marvin Colaw, John Kelley Ellwood (1900)
"4 dimes, or cents. Dora had 10 dimes. She spent 4 of them, ... Add: 2 dimes 2Qf 4 dimes 40^ 3 dimes 30^ 4 dimes 40^ 5 dimes 50^ 2 dimes 1 dime ..."

5. Grube's Method of Teaching Arithmetic: Explained and Illustrated, Also the by Levi Seeley, August Wilhelm Grube (1888)
"Reverse the process, subtracting 19 dollars 5 dimes from 102 dollars 9 dimes, and so on until the first number, 14 dollars 9 dimes, is reached. 3. ..."

6. Grube's Method of Teaching Arithmetic: Explained and Illustrated, Also the by Levi Seeley, August Wilhelm Grube (1888)
"Reverse the process, subtracting 19 dollars 5 dimes from 102 dollars 9 dimes, and so on until the first number, 14 dollars 9 dimes, is reached. 3. ..."

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