- adj. the ordinal number of three hundred in counting order
“After the two-hundredth or three-hundredth time, it was kind of hard to act excited about it.”
“On the eve of his three-hundredth birthday, Johnson's glory lives in his multiplicity.”
“What better way to commemorate the three-hundredth anniversary of this town than with a treasured piece of its proud history?”
“This venerable law has now celebrated its three-hundredth birthday, still under attack as empty formality.”
“Developing a clear, reasoned writing voice does not happen in the first, second, or thirtieth, or three-hundredth outing.”
“This was the three-hundredth time the law had been invoked since de Gaulle became president.”
“Finally, after approximately the three-hundredth lump of clay was tossed aside, I decided the grave was big enough.”
“His latest victory was the three-hundredth enemy tank destroyed by the battalion.”
“In fact, this wasn't even a race: the event commemorated the three-hundredth anniversary of the Pueblo Rebellion.”
“That was a proper way, indeed, to notice the happy return of the three-hundredth anniversary of the establishment of”
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