eightscore

eightscore

(ˈeɪtˌskɔː)
determiner
archaic one hundred and sixty
References in classic literature ?
Then the best archers of the band set up a small wand at eightscore paces distant, and thereon they affixed a wreath of green.
Eightscore yards distant from the mark from which the archers were to shoot stood ten fair targets, each target marked by a flag of the color belonging to the band that was to shoot thereat.
Then the King muttered in his beard, "Now, blessed Saint Hubert, if thou wilt but jog that rogue's elbow so as to make him smite even the second ring, I will give eightscore waxen candles three fingers'-breadth in thickness to thy chapel nigh Matching.