GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. coming next after the sixteenth in a series.
- adj. coming next after the sixteenth in position
“Open or a PGA Championship at Southern Hills by making par on the 18th hole in the final round, but the 17th is an iron off the tee and a wedge.”
“(link) anyone trying to compare the 12th to the 17th is an idiot and more than likely a troll.”
“That day, September 17th, is also my 20th anniversary at my current job.”
“Please include any info you can about everyday life in 17th Century France if you get a chance.”
“With only a sliver of walkway connecting the hole to dry land, the 17th is one of the most recognizable — and cursed — holes in the game.”
“The 17th is simply a nightmare," said Fred Funk, who five-putted the 17th in 2001 and made a bogey there en route to winning the Players in 2005.”
“She lived in 17th century England, and spent most of her life as a housewife, though she also was a schoolmistress, a governess, and an author.”
“David Hirson's rhyming play, now at the Music Box, is set in 17th-century France, but the message resonates: The barbarians are at the gates -- and the powerful are welcoming them.”
“Also announced as his possible next project is Silence, a tale of two Jesuit missionaries in 17th century China, which would certainly seem to be right up his alley.”
“But all in all, for as much as I was complaining and as much as I was hanging on, 17th is respectable.”
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