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Use "shillings" in a sentence
"LABOURERS to wear coats of cloth that cost _more_ than _two shillings a yard_ (equal to _forty shillings_ of our present money), and forbidding their wives and daughters to wear sashes, or girdles, _trimmed with gold or silver_."
"And when Frank had just turned six he could bring up shillings from the bottom in three fathoms."
"He was being proved guilty of stealing two shillings from a woman, which he had spent, not for candy and cakes and a good time, but for food."