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[ey-tee-nahynth] /ˈeɪ tiˈnaɪnθ/
next after the eighty-eighth; being the ordinal number for 89.
being one of 89 equal parts.
an eighty-ninth part, especially of one (1/89).
the eighty-ninth member of a series. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2017.
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  • He lived far into the time of a new generation, dying in his eighty-ninth year in 1881.

  • He died December 4, 1845, in the eighty-ninth year of his age.

    Memoirs of Joseph Grimaldi Joseph Grimaldi
  • Mrs. Lawrence lived well into the nineteenth century, dying in 1845, in her eighty-ninth year.

    Nathan Hale Jean Christie Root
  • From the eighty-eighth to the eighty-ninth parallel the ice lay in large fields, the surface was less irregular than formerly.

    My Attainment of the Pole Frederick A. Cook
  • At ten o'clock next morning, he had an unusual visitor at his flat in West eighty-ninth Street.

    The Unpublishable Memoirs A. S. W. Rosenbach
  • A second visit to Spain, however, brought his career to an end in his eighty-ninth year.

  • Several years ago eighty-ninth Street was about as far uptown as one could secure fair rewards for diligent begging.

    Tramping with Tramps Josiah Flynt
  • The aged widow, now in her eighty-ninth year, still survives, occupying her home in this Colorado town.

    The Life Radiant Lilian Whiting
  • Her sister, in her eighty-ninth year, equally unfaded in her great intellectual gifts, still lingers for a while on the scene.

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