Definition of "ha'p'orth" [ha'p'orth]
- (noun) halfpennyworth
- (noun) A foolish person.
- (noun) a person considered as specified
Use "ha'p'orth" in a sentence
- "What is so dangerous that our oldest statutes could be upended for such a ha'p'orth of momentary panic?"
- "It has all the poetry ascribed to Virgil, and the Commentaries of Servius and Landini, which are so voluminous that the page looks like a ha'p'orth of sack to an intolerable deal of very dry bread."
- ""He don't mane a ha'p'orth o 'harum, but jist now he's not quite in his right moind.""