Definitions

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  • noun The cardinal number immediately following thirty-five and preceding thirty-seven.

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  • adjective being six more than thirty

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Examples

  • Young is thirty-six, which is a little older than Trask (twenty-eight), Dischner (thirty-one), and Pohlman (twenty-nine).

    Chuck Klosterman on Rock

  • In Tony Blairs speech to launch this initiative he included the word employer thirty-six times.

    What's Going On

  • Young is thirty-six, which is a little older than Trask (twenty-eight), Dischner (thirty-one), and Pohlman (twenty-nine).

    Appetite for Replication

  • Young is thirty-six, which is a little older than Trask (twenty-eight), Dischner (thirty-one), and Pohlman (twenty-nine).

    Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs

  • Young is thirty-six, which is a little older than Trask (twenty-eight), Dischner (thirty-one), and Pohlman (twenty-nine).

    Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs

  • Young is thirty-six, which is a little older than Trask (twenty-eight), Dischner (thirty-one), and Pohlman (twenty-nine).

    Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs

  • I was just thirty-six and still trying to figure out how to be a senator.

    The Good Fight

  • I was just thirty-six and still trying to figure out how to be a senator.

    The Good Fight

  • And this seismograph traces an unambiguous picture, for on every single one of the fifteen questions tolerance increases significantly over these thirty-six years.51 Figure 13.9 summarizes the trends for each of the five groups averaging responses to speeches, teaching, and books in each case.

    American Grace

  • I was just thirty-six and still trying to figure out how to be a senator.

    The Good Fight

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