- n. the exclusive social set of a city
- adj. being one hundred more than three hundred
“When it was the Four Hundred and Sixty-fourth Night,”
“They expect by the Grant from the Parliament, to be able to sink so much more as to leave about Four Hundred and Twenty Thousand Pounds outstanding, the Whole of which has been lent to their Inhabitants, and their Estates mortgag'd for Security; but it is not to be all sunk until the Year 1763.”
“When it was the Four Hundred and Seventieth Night,”
“When it was the Four Hundred and Thirty-fifth Night,”
“When it was the Four Hundred and Forty-first Night,”
“It may be necessary to inform the later generation that Mr. Ward McAllister was by profession a decayed gentleman in New York City who achieved fame by compiling a list of the Four Hundred persons whom he condescended to regard as belonging to New York Society.”
“When it was the Four Hundred and Seventy-first Night,”
“When it was the Four Hundred and Sixty-seventh Night,”
“When it was the Four Hundred and Fifty-sixth Night,”
“Knight Placidus in the Gesta (cx.), Boccaccio, etc. When it was the Four Hundred and Eighty-first Night,”
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