GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. coming next after the thirty-ninth in position.
- adj. the ordinal number of forty in counting order
“Ronald Reagan was a movie star, television star, the 33rd Governor of California and two-term 40th President of the United States of America.”
“Virginia is celebrating the 40th anniversary with 40 free vacations, travel deals and special label 40th anniversary wine, all found by clicking on the second link below.”
“Also, Aceluck on 9th Ave between 39+40th is great for Thai and has a good lunch special that’s under $10.”
“Matt — kind of a hike from Bryant Park but Atomic Wings on 9th bet. 39th & 40th is supposed to be good (never tried it myself, though, and don’t know if they’re grilled)”
“The Summer of Love is history now, so much so, that a clever headline writer called the 40th anniversary in the ` ` Haight '' the ` ` Summer of Love Handles. '”
“He called the 40th president of the United States -- and I'm quoting now -- "a courageous man and a gallant leader in the cause of freedom.”
“The 40th was the regiment to which was assigned the place of honour in the preliminary recapture of the Exercise”
“I will instance but in one more, his 40th, which is this: "The knowledge of tradition's certainty is the first knowledge or principle in controversial divinity;" i.e. without which nothing is known or knowable in that science.”
“The Summer of Love is history now, so much so that a clever headline-writer called the 40th anniversary in the "Haight" the "Summer of Love Handles.”
“Michael Eavis calls the 40th anniversary "staggering”
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