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sixty-seventh

[ siks-tee-sev-uhnth ]

adjective

  1. next after the sixty-sixth; being the ordinal number for 67.
  2. being one of 67 equal parts.


noun

  1. a sixty-seventh part, especially of one (1/67).
  2. the sixty-seventh member of a series.

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Example Sentences

A few weeks since I entered my sixty-seventh year, and reviewing the past, many trying experiences are brought fresh into my mind.

In February, 1796, he was called away from his labours and trials by death, in his sixty-seventh year.

He composed the eighteenth book, the last, in his sixty-seventh year, three years before his death39.

His references are found in the eighth canto and the sixty-first to the sixty-seventh stanzas inclusive, of Don Juan.

He composed the eighteenth book, the last, in his sixty-seventh year, three years before his death.

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