GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. coming next after the twenty-seventh in a series.
- adj. coming next after the twenty-seventh in position
“December 28th is the Day of the Innocents, the equivalent of April Fool's Day in the United States; a day when everyone plays practical jokes on each other and not an appropriate time to "loan" money or believe anyone!”
“BEIJING He started competition in 28th place out of 30.”
“Toronto came in 28th of 30 teams in rebounding average, but had a 39-28 edge Wednesday.”
“They came in 28th in the league in 3-point percentage and were making 4.6 per game - 6.0 fewer than New York's league-best average - but made a season-best 13 in 24 attempts (54 percent).”
“New Jersey came in 28th in the NHL with a conversion rate of 14 percent, and was 0-for-15 over the last four games.”
“Did you know that March 28th is National Lemon Day?”
“But a letter from the 28th is not relevant to the question.”
“Saturday 28th is Topsham Carnival, which nowadays is the only one in Exeter.”
“According to the, ahem, many reliable sources out there on the internet, May 28th is National Hamburger Day.”
“So you know what that means, tonight, February 28th is Hedwig sing-a-long night.”
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