five-foot-five love

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • abbr. immunoglobulin D

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The suspect was described as five-foot-five, 120 to 130 pounds.

    Sins of Two Fathers

  • I was "fat free," five-foot-five with big brown eyes, high cheek bones and dimples on both sides.

    Hillary St. Pierre: Choosing Common Sense over Sexy Banter and Bra Size

  • He stood five-foot-five, and weighed exactly eight pounds, nine ounces.

    Right in the Back

  • During my first week at West Point, a five-foot-five cadet had stood in front of me and ordered me to straighten my posture.

    Hope Unseen

  • At five-foot-five, his diminutive stature was only highlighted by how enormous his bodyguards were.

    The Athena Project

  • Serena was a few inches taller than my five-foot-five frame.

    Daddy by Default

  • When Margaret Davis was sixteen, grown enough to bat her eyelashes, she chose a five-foot-five jet-black man for a boyfriend.

    Zebratown

  • Ray put Kevin in the ring with Junior “Poison” Jones, at the time a twitchy five-foot-five, 110-pound two-time Golden Gloves champion.

    Zebratown

  • Her height is listed as either five-foot-seven or five-foot-five although— oddly—never five-foot-six, and her weight is generally placed at 107 pounds.

    Chuck Klosterman on Media and Culture

  • Mr. MICHAELS: No. And, you know, obviously, they should know a little better but I felt that you can't fault this age group either because they're going through puberty and they're sprouting limbs and, you know, they might have walked on the plane, you know, five-foot-five and walking off six feet.

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