apiece

Part of speech: adverb

For each person or thing; to each one; each.

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Usage examples "apiece":

  1. The novelty of Haydn's concerts- of which he was to give twenty at fifty pounds apiece- consisted of their being his own symphonies, conducted by himself in person. - "The Great German Composers", George T. Ferris.
  2. Besides, they were not very dear- only fifteen centimes apiece. - "Rollo in Geneva", Jacob Abbott.
  3. The two dogs sat between them, and whenever their names came in, they cocked an ear apiece and looked most thoroughly ashamed of themselves. - "The Second Jungle Book", Rudyard Kipling.