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- adj. the ordinal number of one hundred fifteen in counting order
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But let the hundred-and-sixteenth, because it is short, be joined with the hundred-and-fifteenth.
His tale was told to his Captain and to Congress, but Washington forbade its publication; and it was but lately that the faithful seaman told it to me, his grandson, on his hundred-and-fifteenth birthday.
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