- next after the thirteenth; being the ordinal number for 14.
- being one of 14 equal parts.
- a fourteenth part, especially of one (1/14).
- the fourteenth member of a series.
Origin of fourteenth
Examples from the Web for fourteenth
Contemporary Examples of fourteenth
Does that mean that the Fourteenth Amendment permits states to define marriage in that way?All The Wrong Reasons to Ban Gay Unions
November 7, 2014
The constitutional provision at issue in these cases is the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment.Judges Now Recognize Anti-Gay Marriage Laws Are Irrational
Geoffrey R. Stone
April 3, 2014
In fact, the Court mentioned these cases in passing and relied on the due process clause of the Fourteenth Amendment.The Hottest Constitutional Amendments of 2013
December 26, 2013
The judge said the right to not be discriminated against under the First and Fourteenth amendments applies to the plaintiffs.Was Rick Santorum Right About Polygamy After All?
December 16, 2013
She just completed her sixth embed with American troops in Afghanistan and her fourteenth trip to that country.Alchemy in Afghanistan
June 14, 2010
Historical Examples of fourteenth
He had gone back to his trade and was working in a shop on Fourteenth Street.The Underdog
F. Hopkinson Smith
I was fourteenth on the list for this, so that I had ample time to recover.My Double Life
We had hall rooms in the same house in East Fourteenth Street.The Mystery of Murray Davenport
Robert Neilson Stephens
He considers himself a felicitous copy of Louis the Fourteenth!Vivian Grey
Earl of Beaconsfield, Benjamin Disraeli
Land holding was regarded as a misfortune in the fourteenth century.The Enclosures in England
- coming after the thirteenth in order, position, time etc. Often written: 14th
- (as noun)the fourteenth in succession
- one of 14 equal or nearly equal parts of something
- (as modifier)a fourteenth part
- the fraction equal to one divided by 14 (1/14)