[ thur-tee-sev-uhn ]


  1. a cardinal number, 30 plus 7.
  2. a symbol for this number, as 37 or XXXVII.
  3. a set of this many persons or things.


  1. amounting to 37 in number.
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Example Sentences

Thirty-seven years later, that destiny remains largely unattained.

Twenty-nine barristers and thirty seven solicitors also crammed the court.

Thirty-seven countries enjoy this privilege, and Israel is itching to be lucky number thirty-eight.

One hundred thirty seven people in northern Nigeria in a single night; hundreds more throughout the conflict.

Thirty-seven days later, Plan B succeeded, and the miners were rescued.

To enable the parts to be reduced in weight, each steam-cylinder was made of thirty-seven different pieces.

In some regions it is as high as forty-nine or fifty inches and, in others, as low as thirty-six or thirty-seven inches.

Here the tide rose and fell thirty-seven feet and a half, the moon's age being nineteen days.

He suffered severely in Siberia; at thirty-seven he appeared to be fifty.

At thirty-seven he had been sitting in a stuff gown on a back bench in the Court of King's Bench.





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