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- adj. Twelfth, especially as the final one of a set of twelve.
- n. A twelfth.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Twelfth.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
The dragon swished its tail, and for the dozenth time that afternoon Yrung flew through the air.
For the dozenth time, maritime law recognizes the right of a belligerent operating a blockade to seize blockade runners in international waters.
Comedy Central is apparently coming out with a new series in which Jesus is presented as a regular guy for comedic effect for the dozenth time that I can recall off the top of my head.
That was after the brief nuncheon break on the second day, when Hugh had inquired for what must have been the dozenth time of Beth, as she was mounting again into the carriage, if she was sure she would not like either him or Nick to ride inside with the pair of them.
It was funny as hell the first and it is still funny after about the dozenth time.
I watched SILENCE OF THE LAMBS again last night (probably my three-dozenth time) because I'm teaching with it this weekend, and you better believe that the deal with the devil is the driving theme and force behind that book and film.
But by the time the plane was descending into the London mist, Emma had returned for the dozenth time to the undeniable truth.
Upon reading how a hapless courtesan fainted upon her dozenth elaborate curtsey, I got the notion that court protocol was better performed by robots than human beings.
"I'm an emissary," I said, for the dozenth time since they took me, "from Bird."
Because after the first, and the second, and the three-dozenth interview kept producing these astonishing insights into a Jewish heartbeat that's far louder than the big Jewish leadership would lead you to believe, it became increasingly clear to me that the accusation of who's atrophying Judaism could easily point in the other direction.