Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. coming next after the eighty-ninth in a series.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. the ordinal number of ninety in counting order

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Examples

  • a broken nose, totaled 15 points and 13 rebounds for his 40th career double-double in 90th career game for the Bulldogs,

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  • What a great tribute, sounds like her 90th was a blast!

    AMERICAN DIGEST

  • Mustafa Kemal Ataturk "and calls the 90th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations (between Leninist Russia and Kemalist Turkey) 'an important date'.

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  • Driving north on 90th South, visitors encounter a small faded sign proclaiming Sandy to be the “23rd Most Livable and 26th Safest City in the U.S.A.”

    American Grace

  • Staff in the lavish library of the Chinese Academy of Sciences last week were assembling huge display boards to commemorate one of 2011's significant moments: the 90th birthday of the Chinese Communist party, China's only governing party for the last 60 years.

    China's Confucian makeover | Isabel Hilton

  • The only solution for us (as RV'ers) is to get a 90 day supply from our US Dr and make sure we return NOB by the 90th day.

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  • Of 177 countries analyzed by the FAO, Mexico ranked 90th in terms of water availability per person.

    Geo-Mexico: water consumption in Mexico

  • She even attended our friend's 90th birthday party in early August, but came in a borrowed wheelchair.

    Doña Chayito, Talpa's treasure

  • We often met with him and his wife – he was recently at my 90th birthday celebrations in January and that was the last time we saw him.

    Trevor Bannister, Are You Being Served's Mr Lucas, dies aged 76

  • A handsome monument to Mayor Mitchel is located at 90th Street and Fifth Avenue, near the entrance to Central Park.

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