- n. Plural form of sextuplet.
“But I don't think that the sextuplets are the root cause of the problem.”
“The source adds, "The sextuplets are the ones at school who tell the other kids there's no Santa Claus.”
“But what if your produce the wrong kind of sextuplets? the Thompson kids (the first set of African American sextuplets, though one baby, a girl, was stillborn) famously received only a fraction of the news coverage and donations that the”
“eptinget: I presume its some multiple birth noun, as in 'sextuplets', but how many births in an 'eptinget'?”
“The series that premiered May 14, 2006, as Jon & Kate Plus 8 chronicled the challenges of a young couple raising twins and sextuplets, but by the end of 2009 it transformed into a sad and ugly account about their breakup — leaving fans alienated from both.”
“They both have their faults, neither is “better” and the odds were stacked against them the moment Kate conceived sextuplets.”
“They have never expected tax dollars to support them, like Jon and Kate did after the sextuplets were born.”
“Andwhereaslast year's harvest corresponded with the birth of sextuplets (on the part of Braise-The-Dog), this year ought to be a cake walk or une marche du gâteau.”
“The Masche family, who have a WE show centering on life raising 3-year-old sextuplets, married in January 2004.”
“Once upon a time, their "Jon and Kate Plus Eight" TV fable of raising twins and sextuplets was fascinating and endearing.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘sextuplets’.
Words only (I left out the expressions) from Geza Kerenyi's EN-HU interpreters' dictionary. Most of them pose some difficulty when interpreted between HU and EN in either or both directions.
Words that begin, end or have sex in them.
Derivatives from Chapter 6 of Part One of English Words from Latin and Greek Elements
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