thirty-sixth

[thur-tee-siksth]
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adjective

next after the thirty-fifth; being the ordinal number for 36.
being one of 36 equal parts.

noun

a thirty-sixth part, especially of one (1/36).
the thirty-sixth member of a series.

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Historical Examples of thirty-sixth

  • His second term closed with the thirty-sixth congress, March 4th, 1861.

    Hidden Treasures

    Harry A. Lewis

  • Chapter thirty-sixth was to be devoted to Sarah in the condemned cell.

    Boycotted

    Talbot Baines Reed

  • He died on Friday the 25th of June 1658, in the thirty-sixth year of his age.

  • "I have also been thinking of that marble palace on Thirty-sixth Street," he said.

    Post-Impressions

    Simeon Strunsky

  • The gallant woollen-draper was now in his thirty-sixth year.

    Jack Sheppard, Vol. I (of III)

    W. Harrison Ainsworth