- thousand island dressing,
- thousand islands,
- thousand oaks,
Origin of thousandth
Examples from the Web for thousandth
That's because even a thousandth of the power of a human brain is—let's be honest—a bit of a joke.
His academic semiotic and philosophical works wield a thousandth of the influence of his bestsellers.
He that kills a breeding sow, destroys all her offspring to the thousandth generation.The Life of Benjamin Franklin|Samuel G. Goodrich
If I were to relate a thousandth part of them, it would fill up volumes.
"You remind me of The Thousandth Man," she told him as she found it.The Thousandth Woman|Ernest W. Hornung
"If only I could raise two thousand pounds," he sighed for the thousandth time.The Marriage of Esther|Guy Boothby
His beam actually had touched us, but our explosive rocket had got him a thousandth of a second sooner.Armageddon--2419 A.D.|Philip Francis Nowlan
- being the ordinal number of 1000 in numbering or counting order, position, time, etc
- (as noun)the thousandth in succession
- one of 1000 approximately equal parts of something
- (as modifier)a thousandth part