pin (n.)
trifle, triviality, insignificant amount
MM II.i.93[Pompey to Escalus, of the dish being unimportant] No, indeed, sir, not of a pin
MM III.i.109.1[Isabella to Claudio, of her life] I'd throw it down for your deliverance / As frankly as a pin
MW I.i.108[Shallow to Falstaff] Tut, a pin!
TC V.ii.23[Diomedes to Cressida, responding to her 'I'll tell you what'] come, tell a pin! [i.e. don't trifle with me]
TG I.i.108[Speed to Proteus] From a pound to a pin?
TG II.vii.55[Lucetta to Julia] A round hose ... now's not worth a pin
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