Definitions

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  • n. The cardinal number immediately following sixty-three and preceding sixty-five.

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  • adj. being four more than sixty

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Examples

  • Now, the sixty-four thousand dollar question: Are there any science fiction stories worthy of this twelve hour treatment?

    MIND MELD: SF/F Books That Would Make A Great TV Series

  • One of my residents is a sixty-four year old woman who works at a fast food joint.

    Pat LaMarche: Contempt for the Poor

  • My father is sixty-four now, and is still in better shape than I, at half his age, thanks to his non-stop physical activity.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Thanks Dad

  • They walked away sixty-four dollars later with a three-foot stuffed Pink Panther.

    Parents Behaving Badly

  • Drink eight to ten glasses a day, or fill a reusable water bottle and commit to finishing it however many times per day will give you sixty-four ounces or more.

    The Mommy Diet

  • He was crowned at age sixty-four and, although eight of his ten illegitimate children survived him, died without a legitimate heir seven years later.

    William and Kate

  • I'm nastier than I used to be back when — back when I was sixty-four, for instance, when I was nastier than when I was at sixty-two and so forth, back and back, always the less nasty the further back, until I get to the age when I was pre-nasty, at least consciously, when the only shame

    Connections

  • For only sixty-four cents a day you can feed an orphaned child in the poorest parts—

    Miracles, Inc.

  • Ruth, who was born in 1891 when Rumsey was sixty-four, was sent to Rosemary Hall, an exclusive boarding school in Greenwich, Connecticut, where she performed better in field hockey and class plays than in dreary subjects such as Latin and algebra.

    Wild Bill Donovan

  • The question that had been bothering Dr. Burr lately, he told me, was: why have nuclear weapons never been used in the sixty-four years since Nagasaki?

    How the End Begins

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