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eighty-seventh

[ ey-tee-sev-uhnth ]
/ ˈeɪ tiˈsɛv ənθ /
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adjective
next after the eighty-sixth; being the ordinal number for 87.
being one of 87 equal parts.
noun
an eighty-seventh part, especially of one (1/87).
the eighty-seventh member of a series.
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