twenty-sixth

[twen-tee-siksth, twuhn-]
noun
  1. a twenty-sixth part, especially of one (1/26).
  2. the twenty-sixth member of a series.
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Historical Examples of twenty-sixth

  • On the twenty-sixth McClellan began the passage of the Potomac.

    The Long Roll

    Mary Johnston

  • We got all the guns up and in place during the night of the twenty-sixth.

    The Emma Gees

    Herbert Wes McBride

  • Terry, I thought you had a date in Zamboanga on the twenty-sixth!

    Terry

    Charles Goff Thomson

  • The first session of the Twenty-sixth Congress opened in December.

  • They took a car on one of the avenues and got out at the corner of Twenty-sixth Street.

    Randy of the River

    Horatio Alger Jr.