forty-one


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Adj.1.forty-one - being one more than fortyforty-one - being one more than forty    
cardinal - being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order; "cardinal numbers"
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escapes from your lips, or the lips of your companions, I have, in my government of Scotland and Ireland, seven hundred and forty-one wooden gibbets, of strong oak, clamped with iron, and freshly greased every week.
The prediction cut curiously close to the truth; forty-one years after the catastrophe, the remains were cast forth at the foot of the glacier.
The capacity of this fourth tank is about forty-one cubic feet.
In Doctor Reefy's office, Elizabeth, a tired gaunt old woman at forty-one, sat in a chair near the stove and looked at the floor.
A good glass in the bishop's hostel in the devil's seat forty-one degrees and thirteen minutes northeast and by north main branch seventh limb east side shoot from the left eye of the death's-head a bee line from the tree through the shot fifty feet out.
The consequence was a second swoop, in which forty-one were carried off.
There are three hundred and forty-one in the town," said Aylward, "and I hear that three hundred and forty cartels and defiances have already been sent in, the only one missing being Sir John Ravensholme, who is in his bed with the sweating sickness, and cannot set foot to ground.
These sums, united, make a total, if my calculation is correct, amounting to forty-one, ten, eleven and a half.
Philippe Georges Marie Comte de Chagny was just forty-one years of age.
Here it is, Professor Porter," and Tarzan drew an envelope from his pocket and handed it to the astonished professor, "two hundred and forty-one thousand dollars.
When I was above ground again, I turned out the monks, and let down a fish-line; the well was a hun- dred and fifty feet deep, and there was forty-one feet of water in it I I called in a monk and asked:
The ten Earth years I had spent upon Barsoom had encompassed but five years and ninety-six days of Martian time, whose days are forty-one minutes longer than ours, and whose years number six hundred and eighty-seven days.