Words nearby seventy-eight
Definition for seventy-eight (2 of 2)
noun, plural 78s, 78's.
Origin of 78
Examples from the Web for seventy-eight
The New York City Fire Department had lost seven hundred and seventy-eight men from its founding in 1865 until September 10, 2001.
Seventy-eight people were originally diagnosed with the Skid Row strain—of those, 60 were homeless.
Seventy-eight percent of Americans are dissatisfied with the way they are currently being governed, according to Gallup.Not Too Late for Americans Elect to Win 2012 Presidential Election|Doug Schoen|February 14, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Seventy-eight percent of U.S. families now report buying organic food, up from 73 percent in 2009.
The size is quite considerable, just seventy-eight feet from end to end.Capitals of the Northlands|Ian C. Hannah
For the second deal, the whole pack of seventy-eight cards must be shuffled and cut three times.Prophetical, Educational and Playing Cards|Mrs. John King Van Rensselaer
The pack is thought to have consisted of seventy-eight cards.The Illustrated Key to the Tarot|L. W. de Laurence
It was seventy-eight feet above the ordinary surface of the water.History of the Johnstown Flood|Willis Fletcher Johnson
This awful bit, sir, page one hundred and seventy-eight, as follows.The Moonstone|Wilkie Collins