fifty-six

[fif-tee-siks]
adjective
  1. amounting to 56 in number.
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  • The Fireworks Music was scored for fifty-six wind instruments.

    Handel

    Edward J. Dent

  • General Dorrien was a west of England man, and turning fifty-six.

  • There are only fifty-six inhabitants, men, women, and children.

    The Last Voyage

    Lady (Annie Allnutt) Brassey

  • Eight times seven did, and he said "fifty-six" with great satisfaction.

    The Crofton Boys

    Harriet Martineau

  • "Five hundred and fifty-six dollars and sixty cents," he said.

    Spring Street

    James H. Richardson