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  • n. The cardinal number immediately following ninety-four and preceding ninety-six.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. being five more than ninety


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  • Most retrieve their children, head directly to their cars, and make their way back home to one of the ninety-five Orange County cities that Saddleback serves.

    American Grace

  • Though numbers fluctuate, Saddleback counts over 3,300 small groups located in ninety-five Southern California cities.

    American Grace

  • I remember the hot Washington summers of 1977 and 1978—it would be ninety-five degrees outside and Carter would have the White House air-conditioning turned off.

    The Good Fight

  • Jane had landed a job with the information services branch of the army, where she had managed to parlay her propaganda experience in OSS into a senior position as head of the Austrian radio station in Salzburg, with considerable editorial influence and a staff of ninety-five.

    A Covert Affair

  • After Burma fell, he was released, seriously ill and wasted to ninety-five pounds.

    A Covert Affair

  • Either way, it was impressive, considering that she was about ninety-five years old at the time.

    In the Time of Bobby Cox

  • Being reduced to divisional also-rans and AL wild card leader going into the series, they had a seven-game lead over the Texas Rangers, their closest pursuer they would achieve a ninety-five win season.

    One Season

  • From 1989 through 2005, the number of newspapers with weekly science sections fell from ninety-five to around thirty-five, and that figure has fallen even more precipitously since then.

    The Panic Virus

  • Last week, for instance, Grammie climbed up onto the roof to put new tiles on a patchy spot, and there is nothing funnier than a ninety-five pound, sixty-four-year-old woman flapping around up on the eaves like a bird.

    Camo Girl

  • The train averaged eighty inches in length, though very tall brides wore ninety-five inch trains.

    The Wedding | Edwardian Promenade


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