sixty-seven


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Adj.1.sixty-seven - being seven more than sixtysixty-seven - being seven more than sixty    
cardinal - being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order; "cardinal numbers"
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He was now, I gathered, living partly on his pension, and spoke of this daughter married, this daughter in service here, and that daughter in service there, one son settled in London and another in the States, with something of a patriarchal pride, with the independent air too of a man who could honestly say to himself that, with few advantages from fortune, having had, so to say, to work his passage, every foot and hour of it, across those twenty-two thousand miles and those sixty-seven years, he had made a thoroughly creditable job of his life.
The capacity of this interior balloon was only sixty-seven thousand cubic feet: it was to float in the fluid surrounding it.
The entrance from the sea is sixty-seven fathoms deep, and within, whole navies might ride with perfect safety.
He will never see sixty-five again, nor perhaps sixty-six, nor yet sixty-seven. He has a twist of the gout now and then and walks a little stiffly.
At the opening of eighteen hundred and sixty-seven the relations between Anne and Blanche were relations of sisterly sympathy and sisterly love.
An exceeding fierce battle immediately began, for about fifteen minutes, when we, being over-powered by numbers, were obliged to retreat, with the loss of sixty-seven men; seven of whom were taken prisoners.
Eighty thousand armed men, thirty thousand white harnesses, short coats or coats of mail; the sixty-seven banners of the trades; the standards of the parliaments, of the chamber of accounts, of the treasury of the generals, of the aides of the mint; a devilish fine array, in short!
There were sixty-seven. He counted them three times to make sure.
In five little packets which I sent him, he has ascertained no less than sixty-seven different organic forms!
The Plutocracy owns sixty-seven billions of wealth.
At this time Bell was twenty-two and unknown; Wheatstone was sixty-seven and famous.
The Germans numbered sixty-seven great airships and they maintained the crescent formation at a height of nearly four thousand feet.