1. the ordinal number of thirty-two in counting order
  1. one part in thirty-two equal parts
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How To Use thirty-second In A Sentence

  • In another situation we encountered a young woman, Colleen, who was experiencing anxiety during her thirty-second week of pregnancy.
  • This music was full of accidentals, thirty-second notes, dotted whole, half, quarter, eighth and sixteenth notes, slurs, ties and key changes.
  • As for the song itself, when it gets going (i.e. after a warm-up of thirty of your seconds that I feel are unnecessarily long and thirty-secondish), it is very, very pleasant indeed, even though I do not know what 'wile' means. Drowned In Sound // Feed
  • Besides their primage they owned shares in their vessels, a thirty-second or so, and presently their settlement at the end of a voyage coastwise amounted to an income of a thousand dollars a month. Modern American Prose Selections
  • When she's not filming thirty-second commercials of her popping wads of cheese-filled pizza crust into small boys' mouths for gobs of cash, she's making her own line of shoes for loads of loot.
  • I used thirty-second of an inch balsa for a lot of applications, especially as it could be scribed into weatherboards (clapboard siding?) and with care into corrugated iron and provided it was painted with an oil based paint the scribed indentations became permanent. Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Unexpected Problem – Finding Non Fluorescent White Paper
  • Wasn't this the kind of film in which Alex had made her thirty-second debut as a child?Sentencedict
  • This long-established paper has now nearly completed its thirty-second volume, and notwithstanding the severe calamities in which the country is involved, and which tax most heavily in men and money those States in which its circulation is largest, it is nearing the close of another eventful year with its _circulation unimpaired_ -- a matter of special gratification, as showing that its course, in these trying times, has been generally approved, and that it has been more widely useful than ever the past year, by its firm and cordial support of the Government when assailed by a wicked rebellion. The Continental Monthly, Vol. 2 No 4, October, 1862 Devoted To Literature And National Policy
  • Jess Collier's office on the thirty-second floor of a very upscale building on Fourth Ave. had a large, mostly empty outer office, carefully carpeted and furnished in gray-black tones, carefully muralled with obscure black-and-white photography, and carefully receptioned by a young, leggy platinum blonde dressed in white and seated at a curved, black-tinted, glass-topped desk. Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
  • Observing Zwick and Herskovitz at work got Haggis interested in directing, and when the church asked him to make a thirty-second ad about Dianetics he seized the chance.
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