[ US /ˈnaɪnti/ ]
[ UK /nˈaɪnti/ ]
[ UK /nˈaɪnti/ ]
- the cardinal number that is the product of ten and nine
- being ten more than eighty
How To Use ninety In A Sentence
- You died near ninety, still unbelieving, unconfessed, and unreceived.
- Boys go in groups of fifteen to thirty to bush camps, where they stay for ninety to a hundred days to recover from the operation.
- Ninety percent of the students in Quashie's class bombed the midterm.
- Gabriel was despatched to him with that short chapter of the Koran, which we call the ninety-fourth, beginning with the words Travels in Arabia
- Details: Ninety-eight percent of the forage in the New River is crayfish, and Green Pumpkin best matches their molted color. Favorite Lures of the Smallmouth Guides
- Terms of more than ninety days are not unusual. SHOPPED: The Shocking Power of British Supermarkets
- He was excellently placed to be the next Poet Laureate when the position fell vacant in ninety-six.
- Like a routine play nine hundred and ninety eight spindly human figures stepped forth onto the walls and filed towards the black emptiness arranged around the Core in what a chemist or mathematician might call tetrahedral bipyramidal form. 365 tomorrows » 2009 » July : A New Free Flash Fiction SciFi Story Every Day
- While this is happening, what appeared at first to be a spaghettilike jumble of the ninety-two chromatin strands condenses into chromosomes that upon close examination are actually twenty-three pairs of pairs, that is forty-six pairs or ninety-two chromosomes in all. THE HIDDEN FACE OF GOD
- Without benefit of notes, visual aids, gestures or humor she spoke for ninety oddly mesmerizing minutes.