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  • n. The cardinal number after thirty-one and before thirty-three.

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

  • adj. being two more than thirty


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  • Up until now, he had planned to marry at thirty-two, that is, not for another eight years.

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  • It would be thirty-two years before Congress finally passed health care reform.

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  • Democrats picked up thirty-eight seats in Congress, so that in 1965 we convened holding a two-thirds majority in the House and a staggering margin of sixty-eight to thirty-two in the Senate.

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  • That spring, at age thirty-two, I became the youngest attorney general in Minnesota history.

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  • For more than thirty-two years, until it was replaced in 1967 by the film rating system, virtually all motion pictures produced in the United States adhered to the code.

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  • I weigh one hundred and thirty-two pounds; my father is dead and I have no relatives.

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  • The next moment he emerged, a thirty-two Smith and Wesson in his hand, and the instant he emerged he began shooting.


  • Out of the one hundred and thirty-two members of the London County


  • Since the freezing-point is thirty-two above zero, it meant that one hundred and seven degrees of frost obtained.

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  • I interviewed thirty-two web design and development leaders.

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