[ US /ˈfaɪvz/ ]
[ UK /fˈa‍ɪvz/ ]
  1. a game resembling handball; played on a court with a front wall and two side walls
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How To Use fives In A Sentence

  • On the fives court, his nervous housemaster could relax, “rushing about,” as Roald described it, “shrieking what a little fool he is, and calling himself all sorts of names when he misses the ball.” Storyteller
  • After a day of collecting ones and fives and nickels and quarters, it strangely looked like a lot of money.
  • Originally from Sacramento and now based in New York, this fivesome makes moody rock textured with all manner of influences from dub reggae to funk.
  • In the minor arcana, Mars is assigned on cabbalistic grounds to the fives.
  • Great news for all you crazy Westlife fans who like to go camping - the fabulous fivesome will be appearing in the flesh at HMV next Friday so get pitching your tents!
  • Paul Hewitt's fivesome even seemed ready for Clemson's quirky out-of-bounds play at the end that quickly unraveled. Ranked foes? Bring 'em on, says Georgia Tech - sports
  • When the two concerts come off there are no high fives or group hugs. Times, Sunday Times
  • Mrs Smith teaches the rising fives.
  • everybody laughed and gave daps and high fives
  • There are 7 suits: blanks, ones, twos, threes, fours, fives and sixes.
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