seventy-six

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

  • Seventy-six, was essentially "infidelic," just as the present age is constructively iconoclastic. Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great - Volume 10 Little Journeys To The Homes Of Great Teachers
  • The FBI was duplicitous and negligent in gassing Mt. Cannel – and that alone could have started the fire that killed seventy-six people. University To Create Online Exhibit On Branch Davidian Siege
  • He's getting on - he'll be seventy-six next birthday.
  • It covers the seventy-six areas of the tax law that cause people the most trouble regardless of the business they are in.
  • It rose to seventy-six in 1891 but then declined rapidly to sixty in 1898, and during the next three years the intrinsic value of a "cartwheel" was just about half its legal tender value. The Agrarian Crusade; a chronicle of the farmer in politics
  • He was, however, driven back by storms to Port Jackson, which is marked by a very handsome lighthouse, a granite tower seventy-six feet high, with a lantern lit by gas, visible at a distance of nine leagues. Celebrated Travels and Travellers Part III. The Great Explorers of the Nineteenth Century
  • Seventy-six houses, several bridges and buildings collapsed totally or partially because of the temblor, which also triggered landslides in affected areas.
  • On his deathbed, he asked for a Masonic funeral, and seventy-six Masons came forward the next day for the ceremony.
  • 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.
  • Finally on seventy-six minutes came the equaliser.
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