[ twen-tee-nahyn, twuhn- ]


  1. a cardinal number, 20 plus 9.
  2. a symbol for this number, as 29 or XXIX.
  3. a set of this many persons or things.


  1. amounting to 29 in number.

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Example Sentences

Twenty-nine consecutive judicial decisions in the past year have held bans on gay marriage are unconstitutional.

He was playing a character—Oderus Urungus—that he would continue to develop for the next twenty-nine years.

Twenty-nine installments have been translated into French, and five have been adapted to English.

Twenty-nine of the 30, including the two Dutch journalists, have now been granted bailed after spending over two months in jail.

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

That the Matthew version contains one hundred and seven verses, and the Luke version twenty-nine verses.

Thus, twenty-nine years later, this theater was donated to Williamsburg to be used as a town hall.

It is twenty-nine miles wide and twenty-two deep, independent of Port Warrender.

The motion was earned by a majority of three hundred and twenty-nine against one hundred and ninety-eight.

The motion was negatived by a majority of two hundred and twenty-nine against seventy-one.