1 more word that starts with cent?
Century, centipede, centennial, central, centimeter, centerpiece, centerfold. Those are just a few, there are tons more.
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Century Centipede Centimeter Centennial Centenary centinarian
Decimal Currency commenced in Australia on the 14th of February, 1966, the day the 1 cent coin became the basic unit of our currency. The coins were actually minted in 1965 in… the Melbourne, Perth and Sydney Mints.. Coins minted for the release of Australia's decimal currency included the 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 cent coins.
cent means 100p but in american money
Central, cent, centaur, century, center, centrifuge EDIT: . CENT . CENTAI . CENTAL . CENTALS . CENTARE . CENTARES . CENTAS . CENTAUR . CENTAUREA . CENTAUREAS . …CENTAURIC . CENTAURIES . CENTAURS . CENTAURY . CENTAVO . CENTAVOS . CENTENARIAN . CENTENARIANS . CENTENARIES . CENTENARY . CENTENNIAL . CENTENNIALLY . CENTENNIALS . CENTER . CENTERBOARD . CENTERBOARDS . CENTERED . CENTEREDNESS . CENTEREDNESSES . CENTERFOLD . CENTERFOLDS . CENTERING . CENTERINGS . CENTERLESS . CENTERLINE . CENTERLINES . CENTERPIECE . CENTERPIECES . CENTERS . CENTESES . CENTESIMAL . CENTESIMI . CENTESIMO . CENTESIMOS . CENTESIS . CENTIARE . CENTIARES . CENTIGRADE . CENTIGRAM . CENTIGRAMS . CENTILE . CENTILES . CENTILITER . CENTILITERS . CENTILLION . CENTILLIONS . CENTIME . CENTIMES . CENTIMETER . CENTIMETERS . CENTIMO . CENTIMORGAN . CENTIMORGANS . CENTIMOS . CENTIPEDE . CENTIPEDES . CENTNER . CENTNERS . CENTO . CENTONES . CENTOS . CENTRA . CENTRAL . CENTRALER . CENTRALEST . CENTRALISE . CENTRALISED . CENTRALISES . CENTRALISING . CENTRALISM . CENTRALISMS . CENTRALIST . CENTRALISTIC . CENTRALISTS . CENTRALITIES . CENTRALITY . CENTRALIZATION . CENTRALIZATIONS . CENTRALIZE . CENTRALIZED . CENTRALIZER . CENTRALIZERS . CENTRALIZES . CENTRALIZING . CENTRALLY . CENTRALS . CENTRE . CENTRED . CENTRES . CENTRIC . CENTRICAL . CENTRICALLY . CENTRICITIES . CENTRICITY . CENTRIFUGAL . CENTRIFUGALLY . CENTRIFUGALS . CENTRIFUGATION . CENTRIFUGATIONS . CENTRIFUGE . CENTRIFUGED . CENTRIFUGES . CENTRIFUGING . CENTRING . CENTRINGS . CENTRIOLE . CENTRIOLES . CENTRIPETAL . CENTRIPETALLY . CENTRISM . CENTRISMS . CENTRIST . CENTRISTS . CENTROID . CENTROIDS . CENTROMERE . CENTROMERES . CENTROMERIC . CENTROSOME . CENTROSOMES . CENTROSYMMETRIC . CENTRUM . CENTRUMS . CENTS . CENTU . CENTUM . CENTUMS . CENTUPLE . CENTUPLED . CENTUPLES . CENTUPLING . CENTURIAL . CENTURIES . CENTURION . CENTURIONS . CENTURY
it depends on the date on it
Some words that start with cent are: cents, century, centaur, center, central, centimetre, centrifuge, centurion, centipede, centenary, centennial, centigram Some homophone…s are: scent and sent Some words that have cent in them: eccentric and accent
center cents scent center scentence
Centennial, cents, century, centuries, etc.
It depends on a lot of factors. Modern cents are only worth face value, and even wheat cents from the 1940s and 1950s tend to be worth a nickel or so, simply because so many w…ere made. But if you go back earlier than that, some US cents can be moderately to extremely valuable - for example, a 1914-D cent can be worth hundreds of dollars, and some very old Large Cents can be worth many thousands. But the bottom line is that unless you know a coin's date, mint mark, and condition it's almost impossible to assign a value sight-unseen.
If you're referring to US coins commonly called pennies, the words have always referred to the same coin. It's a holdover from Colonial times when the US used British coins. B…ut in fact, there is no US coin officially called a penny, even though we all use that term. If you want to know the relationship between a British penny and a US cent, the two coins have rarely been worth the same amount due to changes in the exchange rate between the US dollar and the British pound. Ant that doesn't even take into account the fact that the number of pence in a pound was changed from 240 to 100 back in 1971.
In Word Games
Â· centennial Â· center Â· centered Â· centerfold Â· centering Â· centerline Â· centerpiece Â· centigrade Â· centimeter Â· centipe…de Â· central Â· centralist Â· centrifuge Â· cents Â· century
Yes and no. The copper in most common-date US cents (roughly 1944 to mid-1982) is in fact worth about 1.5Â¢ at current market prices, but (a) it's illegal to melt them fo…r scrap and (b) even if melting were legal, you'd only be paid wholesale prices which wouldn't cover your collection and transportation costs. Also, they're actually made of bronze, not pure copper, so whoever bought them would have to separate out the different metals during the smelting process. On the other hand, many BUT NOT ALL older-date cents can be worth more to a collector. The range of values is extremely wide, from a nickel for a worn version of a common coin all the way up to many tens or even hundreds of thousands of dollars for a particularly rare date.
In US Coins
Those minted before 1982 contain 95% copper and are worth over 2 cents each with current copper prices. Then others are valuable because of their age or scarcity.