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### Definition of Dimes

**1.** dime [n] - See also: dime

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### Lexicographical Neighbors of Dimes

### Literary usage of Dimes

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

**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. ..."