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  • adj. Pseudo-ordinal of an uncertain number.


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something +‎ -th


  • Thirty years later, driven mad by guilt and the thousand-somethingth time I had been left out of a conversation about it, I finally picked up a copy and read it.

    Media Confession: What classic book have you *never* read? « The Retort

  • That's one-one somethingth of the age of the Earth.

    Cool Change

  • Friday, October 5th, wasn't the usual night at the opera, as San Francisco was giving the world premiere of Philip Glass' twenty-somethingth opera, "Appomattox," and in most respects the evening was a triumph for everyone involved.


  • Said film room is full of couches and easy chairs, and I saw Forbidden Planet for the somethingth time and the European cut of Lifeforce for the first time, and the last half of the director's cut of Alien because I was too busy going to all the awesome room parties including one where "Mudd's Women" was showing on an honest-to-Gene triviewer to join mollpeartree for the first half.

    Kenneth Hite's Journal

  • Yes, my thirty *bleeping bleep bleep* somethingth birthday really hurts.

    Archive 2006-06-01

  • I think I'm about rank 1300 odd, or 20 or 30 somethingth in Australia.

    The Monty Hall Paradox

  • Closing will probably not be until June somethingth.

    elfpvke Diary Entry

  • It was built on the hollow center plan, with a sheer drop from the twenty-somethingth to the main floor.

    Buttered Side Down

  • Fancy marrying somebody with a Christian name out of the hundred and somethingth psalm!


  • The result was that Ensign Long, of her Majesty's somethingth foot, was severely snubbed, just as Mr Linton the resident, and his daughter

    Middy and Ensign


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