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[nahyn-tee-too] /ˈnaɪn tiˈtu/
a cardinal number, 90 plus 2.
a symbol for this number, as 92 or XCII.
a set of this many persons or things.
amounting to 92 in number. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2017.
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  • The chief temple has a hundred and twenty others in an enclosure, with a tower one hundred and ninety-two feet high.

    Across India Oliver Optic
  • Bassein is one hundred and ninety-two miles west of Rangoon.

    A Tour of the Missions Augustus Hopkins Strong
  • Maseres was, it is true, ninety-two at this time, but Babbage was thirty-one instead of twenty-nine.

  • The attendance that summer was ninety-two per cent, and the promotion ninety-five per cent.

    The New Education Scott Nearing
  • Each card had between ninety-two and a hundred and eight such white dots of different sizes.

  • Yes, that firm had secured possession of the Westmarsh ninety-two acres.

    The Making of Bobby Burnit George Randolph Chester
  • Now comes news of an airplane with room for ninety-two passengers.

    Opportunities in Aviation Arthur Sweetser
  • But that old man; I've thought of him a lot—ninety-two, and lying there.

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