seventy-nine

ADJECTIVE
  1. being nine more than seventy
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How To Use seventy-nine In A Sentence

  • Seventy-nine voted in the affirmative, and none in the negative.
  • “See Ernest Dowson, page seventy-nine, a thin book of thin verse ladled out with porridge to young women detentioned at Mills Seminary,” Forrest went on. CHAPTER III
  • Figure 4H is seventy-nine sections posterior to the last, and passes through the foregut, _ent_, just cephalad to the anterior intestinal portal and caudad to the heart. Development of the Digestive Canal of the American Alligator
  • Seventy-nine-year-old Marie totters in, held up by two of the crew.
  • In 1922, at the age of seventy-nine, he wrote a brief memoir that was serialized in a Peeksklll newspaper and later issued in a limited-edition pamphlet.
  • The hospital gave them their own room, and if you ever wanted to see a seventy-six-year-old bride and a seventy-nine-year-old groom acting like two teenagers, you had to see this couple.
  • Figure 4H is seventy-nine sections posterior to the last, and passes through the foregut, _ent_, just cephalad to the anterior intestinal portal and caudad to the heart. Development of the Digestive Canal of the American Alligator
  • Seventy-nine voted in the affirmative, and none in the negative.
  • Or to be precise, one thousand, nine hundred and seventy-nine pounds, twenty-four pence.
  • Figure 4H is seventy-nine sections posterior to the last, and passes through the foregut, _ent_, just cephalad to the anterior intestinal portal and caudad to the heart. Development of the Digestive Canal of the American Alligator
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