eighty-five

ADJECTIVE
  1. being five more than eighty
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  • Sandy Stewart "napped" stones on the road in his shirt-sleeves, wet or fair, summer and winter, till he was persuaded to retire from active duty at eighty-five, and he spent ten years more in regretting his hastiness and criticising his successor. Stories by English Authors: Scotland (Selected by Scribners)
  • Piltown drove forward in search of the equalizer and on eighty-five minutes Darren Cooney was just off target with a well struck shot.
  • I count a hundred eighty-five mov-ing along the shore in a long column, three or four bodies deep.
  • There are very few plains and a great many mountains; hardly any roads, as we have just seen; thirty-two curacies, forty-one vicarships, and two hundred and eighty-five auxiliary chapels. Les Miserables
  • The average per capita income in Haiti is something like eighty-five dollars. A RODENT OF DOUBT
  • Eighty-five percent of human ovarian tumors arise from the epithelium or surface layer of tissue that surrounds the ovaries.
  • The prosecutors charged eighty-five defendants, including forty-four law enforcement officers.
  • -- In case of persistent leucorrhoea use the temperature of water from seventy-two to eighty-five degrees Fahrenheit. Searchlights on Health: Light on Dark Corners A Complete Sexual Science and a Guide to Purity and Physical Manhood, Advice To Maiden, Wife, And Mother, Love, Courtship, And Marriage
  • The eighty-five ships, necessary to supply even her present consumption, bountied, as the English are, will require a sacrifice of twelve hundred and eighty-five thousand two hundred livres a year, to maintain three thousand five hundred and seventy seamen, and that, a part of the year only; and if she will put it to twelve thousand men, in competition with Memoir, Correspondence, And Miscellanies, From The Papers Of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 2
  • Sandy Stewart "napped" stones on the road in his shirt sleeves, wet or fair, summer and winter, till he was persuaded to retire from active duty at eighty-five, and he spent ten years more in regetting his hastiness and criticising his successor. Beside the Bonnie Brier Bush
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