Definitions

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  • noun ordinal The ordinal form of the number eighty-four, describing a person or thing in position number 84 of a sequence.
  • noun fractional One of eighty-four equal parts of a whole.

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Examples

  • At the eighty-fourth minute, Mehdi Mahdavikia decisively blasted a shot to the right corner of the net, past the diving American goalie.

    Let the Swords Encircle Me

  • M. Gillenormand had, at that time, fully completed his eighty-fourth year.

    Les Miserables

  • SINCE BOBBY JINDAL, a traditional Catholic and sometime New Oxford Review contributor, today became the eighty-fourth Governor of Louisiana sixty-first of the republican era, we decided to share with you the interesting development regarding the Louisiana state flag.

    Archive 2008-01-20

  • SINCE BOBBY JINDAL, a traditional Catholic and sometime New Oxford Review contributor, today became the eighty-fourth Governor of Louisiana sixty-first of the republican era, we decided to share with you the interesting development regarding the Louisiana state flag.

    Christological Vexillology in Louisiana

  • He lived on the farm which he had thus commenced clearing in 1799 for nearly sixty years and died there on his eighty-fourth birthday, May 9th, 1859.

    Living in Dryden: If a bear steals your pig...

  • Upon John Paul's eighty-fourth birthday, in May, Allen ingeniously attempted to quantify the pope's decline by comparing his official schedule from 25 years ago, as released by the Vatican Press Office, with his program today.

    In Search of a Pope

  • He lived on the farm which he had thus commenced clearing in 1799 for nearly sixty years and died there on his eighty-fourth birthday, May 9th, 1859.

    Living in Dryden: July 2004 Archives

  • On the first day of January, in the six hundred and eighty-fourth year since the foundation of Rome, Pompey and Crassus took office as consuls.

    Imperium

  • On the first day of January, in the six hundred and eighty-fourth year since the foundation of Rome, Pompey and Crassus took office as consuls.

    Imperium

  • Upon John Paul's eighty-fourth birthday, in May, Allen ingeniously attempted to quantify the pope's decline by comparing his official schedule from 25 years ago, as released by the Vatican Press Office, with his program today.

    In Search of a Pope

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