thirty-two


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Adj.1.thirty-two - being two more than thirtythirty-two - being two more than thirty    
cardinal - being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order; "cardinal numbers"
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One would have thought that nothing could be simpler than for him, a man of good family, rather rich than poor, and thirty-two years old, to make the young Princess Shtcherbatskaya an offer of marriage; in all likelihood he would at once have been looked upon as a good match.
But most astonishing was the quantity of ammunition-cartridges for Lee-Metfords, for Winchesters and Marlins, for revolvers from thirty-two calibre to forty-five, shot- gun cartridges, Joan's two boxes of thirty-eight, cartridges of prodigious bore for the ancient Sniders of Malaita, flasks of black powder, sticks of dynamite, yards of fuse, and boxes of detonators.
At length I reached the sixth floor, and knocked at the door numbered thirty-two.
And D'Artagnan slapped his hand upon his pocket, with a laugh which disclosed to Colbert thirty-two magnificent teeth, as white as teeth of twenty-five years old and which seemed to say in their language: "Serve up to us thirty-two little Colberts, and we will chew them willingly.
The aeronauts found themselves, at about eight in the evening, in thirty-two degrees forty minutes east longitude, and four degrees seventeen minutes latitude.
Let me see, I am thirty-two; only thirty-two, despite an occasional gray hair.
Let us admit that the pressure of the atmosphere is represented by the weight of a column of water thirty-two feet high.
They have presented a petition with thirty-two thousand names.
A corps student told me it was of record that Prince Bismarck fought thirty-two of these duels in a single summer term when he was in college.
There were thirty-two women present, two half-grown boys, and one solitary man, beside the minister.
He made a hundred and thirty-two for Middlesex the day before the war was declared.
One who practices sleeping in the woods with nothing under him but the dry leaves and the damp earth, and nothing over him but the branches from which the leaves have fallen and the sky from which the earth has fallen, cannot hope for great longevity, and Frayser had already attained the age of thirty-two.