eighty-one

ADJECTIVE
  1. being one more than eighty
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How To Use eighty-one In A Sentence

  • As chairman of CONTAC's nine seminars, my job was to place the delegates, assign paper topics, and recruit experts for a total of eighty-one sessions.
  • The Greens tool along at the same modest level as before, with eighty-one mostly low-level elected municipal officials thinly scattered around the country.
  • Never one to laugh at the misfortunes of others, it is upsetting, nay distressing to read that Leeds United Football Club may be forced into administration with debts totalling eighty-one million pounds.
  • Because there was so much conciliation, as well as some meaty confrontation, the applause interruptions, more than ninety of them, took the speech to eighty-one minutes.
  • It is upsetting, nay distressing, to read that Leeds United Football Club may be forced into administration with debts totalling eighty-one million pounds.
  • They provided work for eighty-one bargemen, and presumably made a profit for their thirty registered owners.
  • Because the gap between rich and poor has reached its highest in eighty-one years, the need for action is great. Elissa D. Barrett: To the Righteous, Wealth Is a Greater Test Than Poverty
  • It's that that makes the final poem in the meditations, written when he was eighty-one, so moving.
  • The fact is that, in the last two decades of the twentieth century, eighty-one countries have shifted markedly in the direction of participative government and representative political institutions.
  • Eighty-one steps lead from the ice of the main gliddery to the doorway. The Broken God
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