from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun The cardinal number equal to 10 + 1.
- noun The 11th in a set or sequence.
- noun Something with 11 parts or members, especially a football team.
from The Century Dictionary.
- One more than ten: a cardinal numeral beginning the second decade: as, eleven men.
- noun The number which is the sum of ten and one.
- noun A symbol representing eleven units, as 11, or XI., or xi.
- noun A team or side in cricket or foot-ball: so called because regularly consisting of eleven players: as, the Philadelphia eleven; there were two strong elevens matched.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun The sum of ten and one; eleven units or objects.
- noun A symbol representing eleven units, as 11 or xi.
- noun (Cricket & American Football) The eleven men selected to play on one side in a match, as the representatives of a club or a locality.
- adjective Ten and one added.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun The
cardinal numberoccurring after tenand before twelve. Represented as 11in Arabic digits.
- noun cricket A
cricket teamof eleven players.
- noun soccer A
footballteam of eleven players.
- noun Internet, slang, sarcastic Used instead of
!to amplify an exclamation, imitating n00bswho forget to press the shiftkey while typing exclamation points.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun the cardinal number that is the sum of ten and one
- adjective being one more than ten
- noun a team that plays football
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
_He was born eleven ages before the siege of Troy, and he is said to have lived nine ages; and according to some eleven_.
It consists of thirty-eight lines in Cramer’s edition: of which Possinus omits eleven; and Matthaei also, eleven; — _but not the same eleven_.
Cuevas who successfully defended his title eleven times before losing by a second round TKO to
Why take fifteen months to enact a piece of legislation if you can get it done in eleven?
“Claudia and Paul” is in eleven sections (including an Introduction and a Closing).
"I crissed-crossed the country twenty-two (22) times in eleven (11) months and had a substantial role in fashioning the most complex of settlements" in Vioxx litigation, notes Los Angeles attorney Thomas Girardi in making his case for why his experience qualifies him for a lead post.
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Hand-in-Hand Foundation (FONDAMA by its Creole acronym) brings together approximately 400,000 members in eleven organizations that together cover most parts of the country.
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One in eleven of the whole working-class receive poor-law relief in the course of the year; 37,500,000 people receive less than 12 pounds per month, per family; and a constant army of 8,000,000 lives on the border of starvation.