10th


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Adj.1.10th - coming next after the ninth and just before the eleventh in position10th - coming next after the ninth and just before the eleventh in position
ordinal - being or denoting a numerical order in a series; "ordinal numbers"; "held an ordinal rank of seventh"
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His was a most unroyal career, but the most pitiable spectacle in it was his sentimental treachery to his Swiss guard on that memorable 10th of August, when he allowed those heroes to be massacred in his cause, and forbade them to shed the "sacred French blood" purporting to be flowing in the veins of the red-capped mob of miscreants that was raging around the palace.
On the 10th of April, 1710, we arrived safe at Amsterdam, having lost only three men by sickness in the voyage, and a fourth, who fell from the foremast into the sea, not far from the coast of Guinea.
The next day, 10th of November, the same desertion, the same solitude.
The next day, which was the 10th, at four o'clock in the evening, it reached Chicago, already risen from its ruins, and more proudly seated than ever on the borders of its beautiful Lake Michigan.
My dear fellow, the emperor is at this moment on the way to Grenoble; on the 10th or 12th he will be at Lyons, and on the 20th or 25th at Paris.
On the 10th of November, Captain Bonneville visited a place in the neighborhood which is quite a region of natural curiosities.
Sir, your favors of August 10th, September 23d, and of December 1st, were received in due season, and the first answered by return of packet.
On the 10th of April they again embarked their party, being now augmented to twenty-six, by the addition of Mr.
At length the dwar of the 10th utan took a stand beside me.
About the 10th of February, the preparations were pretty well completed; and the balloons, firmly secured, one within the other, were altogether finished.
On one of its two façades, there are the cannon-balls of the 10th of August; on the other, the balls of the 29th of July.
On the 10th, the term for which the late Lord Montbarry had hired the Venetian palace, expired.