I have a dollar in coins.
seeking a job that pays plenty of coin
The coach coined the phrase “refuse to lose.”
William Shakespeare is believed to have coined many words.
The nation plans to coin more money.
holocene Examples on the Web : noun
In the meantime, many are projecting that the coin, and other cryptos, will come out on the other end stronger.
Vildana Hajric, Fortune, 10 May 2022
On the flip side of the Stafford coin, coach Dan Campbell and GM Brad Holmes seem to be putting the draft capital obtained from the Rams to good use as the Motown rebuild rolls on.
Nate Davis, USA TODAY, 1 May 2022
The hackers were also able to withdraw about $25.5 million of USD coin, which is a digital currency pegged to the value of the U.S. dollar.
NBC News, 29 Mar. 2022
While legal tender would be a universal money, U.S. bondholders—and they alone—would be paid in coin, a protection to investors, especially overseas, who might shun American credit backed merely by the full faith of a government under siege.
Roger Lowenstein, WSJ, 4 Mar. 2022
With the flip of a coin, Irvine and Taffer will each pick one restaurant to make-over.
oregonlive, 3 Mar. 2022
There’s another side of that coin, where those traumas, scars, and pains drive you in another direction.
Chancellor Agard, EW.com, 18 Feb. 2022
What Palin hasn’t had possessed in recent years is what passes for the real coin-of-the-realm on the American right: a hot, shiny, simmering grievance with the titans of the mainstream media.
Alex Shephard, The New Republic, 11 Feb. 2022
Garzilli staked 90 percent of her life savings into a coin that lost her tens of thousands in days.
Washington Post, 29 Apr. 2022
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recent Examples on the Web : verb
The suffix was an ADS nominee for most creative word of 2021, probably because it has been used to coin names for hundreds of music genres and aesthetic styles over the past two years.
Melissa Mohr, The Christian Science Monitor, 7 Feb. 2022
The Rams looked like legitimate Super Bowl contenders and the fans rocked the stadium, inspiring Times columnist Bill Plaschke to coin a new term.
Los Angeles Times, 19 Feb. 2022
In Week 1461 the Empress asked the Loser Community to coin words based on people’s names.
Washington Post, 2 Dec. 2021
This move led Forrester to coin a new security strategy — zero trust.
Robert Fly, Forbes, 19 Oct. 2021
The new segment prompted Anheuser Busch InBev BUD +1.9% to coin a new moniker for it, Beyond Beer; a title others are embracing.
Hudson Lindenberger, Forbes, 5 Nov. 2021
To coin a phrase that fellow Hall of Famer made – Tupac Shakur called it a rose that rose from the concrete.
Rolling Stone, 31 Oct. 2021
Dent’s homer inspired Red Sox Manager Don Zimmer to coin an unprintable nickname for Dent, giving him a new middle name for baseball fans in New England.
New York Times, 4 Oct. 2021
The president does how have a clear power to issue such commemorative coins, which are typically in denominations of $10 or $5, and are sold by the US Mint to coin collectors.
Chris Isidore, CNN, 24 Sep. 2021
recent Examples on the Web : adjective
The victim told him where to find a bedroom safe and coin jar, which together contained $230.
Kim Chatelain, NOLA.com, 21 June 2017
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