- adj. Abbreviation of hundredth.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. coming next after the ninety-ninth in a series.
- adj. the ordinal number of one hundred in counting order
“Matt Lesser Nominated in 100th District | spazeboy”
“Google came in 100th position on the list and this is apparently not a joke.”
“- This fall, Jon Huntsman staked his entire troubled White House bid on New Hampshire and tonight, at what his campaign is calling his 100th stop in the state, he made it clear that both his mind and actions are engrossed in the first-in-the-nation-primary state -- and nowhere else.”
“NEW Officially Licensed Ford Model T Coin 100th Anniv.”
“Other notable artists on the list include Takashi Murakami (28), Richard Serra (33), Bruce Nauman (45), Cy Twombly (46), Ai Weiwei (47), Peter Doig (53), Marlene Dumas (56), Banksy (63), Lucian Freud (66) and Thomas Kinkade finishing off the list in 100th position.”
“Hollie Diesselhorst in reference to the nickname the 100th Air Wing got as a World War II bomber unit.”
“In between musical selections, she had introduced herself to the men: "This is Tokyo Rose calling the 100th Seabee Unit in the Majuro Islands," and asked, "How do you boys like our coc [o] nuts?”
“The 100th will be the specially written "Don Matlin's 100th Show: The Poorhouse" on Friday and Saturday at the”
“(31 July 2008) - Converse's latest drop to celebrate their 100th is a lesson in how to make a good thing better.”
“George W. Bush marked his 100th day on the 101st (the 100th was a Sunday) by inviting members of Congress to the White House for lunch to "celebrate our 100 days of working together.”
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