from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The cardinal number immediately following seventy-three and preceding seventy-five.
- n. A ship having seventy-four guns.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A naval vessel carrying seventy-four guns.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A ship of war rated as carrying 74 guns; a 74-gun ship.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. being four more than seventy
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Both Scalia and Kennedy will be seventy-four in 2010.
The old roystering crowd was there, and, as of old, three frost-bitten sailors were there, fresh from the long traverse from the Arctic, survivors of a ship's company of seventy-four.
Illustrator John Schoenherr died on April 8 at the age of seventy-four.
The 300-acre Brooklyn Navy Yard hosts ten contractors, forty-one distributors, and seventy-four manufacturers, one of whom is up-and-coming sculptor Zak Kitnick, whose 25
The 300-acre Brooklyn Navy Yard hosts ten contractors, forty-one distributors, and seventy-four manufacturers, one of whom is up-and-coming sculptor Zak Kitnick, whose 25 'x 20' studio hides in a corner of the Big Apple Warehouse.
Just last week, seventy-four of Cuba's most politically prominent dissidents - including Miriam Leiva, the well-known blogger Yoani Sanchez, and the hunger striker Guillermo Farinas - signed a letter to the U.S.
“That's seventy-four points for the boys who used to have to stay after school and bang the blackboard erasers together,” Sister Agnesita says with a personable smile on her face.
For the first three months of 2010, seventy-four percent of the lobbyists hired by both Google and Microsoft have previous experience in government, according to data obtained from the Center for Responsive Politics and lobbyist disclosure forms.
The first time I'd let Delilah feel good to me, she had been eighteen and I had been thirty-six (two hundred and seventy-four in Herrick years).
"If it should be accepted as genuine, and win accreditation, being entered into the catalogs, " said Petrucchio, 'that would come out to one hundred and seventy-four.