sixty-first

[siks-tee-furst]
noun
  1. a sixty-first part, especially of one (1/61).
  2. the sixty-first member of a series.
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Historical Examples of sixty-first

  • You're the guy who passed up the Sixty-first for the Safety First regiment.

  • The 4th of July, the sixty-first anniversary of American independence!

    Diary in America, Series One

    Frederick Marryat (AKA Captain Marryat)

  • It would be his three hundred and sixty-first separate tadpole hatching.

    Gladiator

    Philip Wylie

  • Born in 1818, the Professor was then in the sixty-first year of his age.

  • Meanwhile the sixty-first battalion had effected an entrance into the castle garden.