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Correct spelling: coinage

Synonyms:
neology, balance sheet, bankroll, income, fortune, note, wampum, anglicism, borrowing, change, gross, concoction, capital, creation, stock, metal money, proceeds, moolah, neologism, chant, bill, nugget, colloquialism, copper, slang, wherewithal, ways and means, coupon, banknote, purse, assets, gold, Arabism, clue, IOU, money order, specie, archaism, mintage, spending money, bread, greenback, lucre, contrivance, swag, worth, manufacturing, currency, pocket money, production, brainchild, sterling, wealth, bullion, bucks, dough, wallet, coin, loot, promissory note, cash, vernacular, receipts, bond, petty cash, bank note, acrostic, silver, catch-all, money, wad, anagram, net worth, check, dialect, Americanism, pounds, innovation, draft, ingot, issue, dollar, treasure, wrinkle, profit, funds, idiom, scratch.

Antonyms:
replication, carbon copy, copy, duplicate, clone, reduplication, replica, dupe, reproduction, duplication, imitation, facsimile.

Examples of usage:

1) He allows State ownership and State management of industrial works, wherever State ownership and management are more efficient for the purpose than private enterprise- in other words, where they are more economical- as in the cases of the coinage, roads, harbours, postal communication, etc. - "Contemporary Socialism", John Rae.

2) The chief work has consisted in the new coinage of old Spanish dollars, French, German, and English coins. - "Eight days in New Orleans in February, 1847", Albert James Pickett.

3) Nothing is charged for the coinage of pure metal. - "Eight days in New Orleans in February, 1847", Albert James Pickett.

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