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  • n. The cardinal number immediately following ninety-two and preceding ninety-four.

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

  • adj. being three more than ninety


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  • She was a dear person for all the ninety-three years she lived.

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  • A month later, however, he was freed after posting bail of ninety-three thousand dollars and was allowed to move back to Thailand.


  • On the way back to camp, the U.S. Marines counted ninety-three NVA corpses trapped in the makeshift barbed-wire fence erected around base camp.

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  • “Four hundred ninety-three gold,” the man said with a serene smile.

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  • Paw Paw lived another two decades before he passed in 2008 at the age of ninety-three.

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  • A couple of months later, Paw Paw, who was ninety-three years old, sat down to eat breakfast at his farm one morning and never got up again.

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  • “Transphasic shields holding steady at ninety-three percent,” Lieutenant Commander Plante confirmed from her ops console.

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  • Clemens 'first pitch was a ninety-three mile an hour strike that slammed into the catcher's mitt like a fat steak rudely slapped onto a butcher's wooden counter.


  • He managed an office of twenty prosecutors and worked with the nation's ninety-three United States Attorneys to initiate and coordinate federal prosecutions.

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