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  • adj. The ordinal form of the number twenty-nine.
  • n. The person or thing in the twenty-ninth position.
  • n. One of twenty-nine equal parts of a whole.

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

  • adj. coming next after the twenty-eighth in position


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  • The twenty-ninth charge, which received the greatest share of titillating press coverage, alleged that in December 1949 she and George had gone to Salzburg to report on “the sexual and drinking habits” of the American personnel in Austria.

    A Covert Affair

  • What I had seen and what I had researched were not working out well for me in those months before my twenty-ninth birthday.

    So Much Pretty

  • For my twenty-ninth birthday, Miranda bought me a Radiohead t-shirt from one of the concert merchandise stands.

    This Is A Story Told With Pictures

  • The punisher was ranked twenty-ninth and his fellow player twenty-fourth.


  • The vice president is rated twenty-ninth among Washington's top golfers according to Golf Digest, fourteen places ahead of the speaker.

    Joe Peyronnin: The Golf Summit

  • From internal evidences we are convinced that the narrative which follows was not reduced to writing till the twenty-ninth century.


  • My real life work was done at Atlanta for thirteen years, from my twenty-ninth to my forty-second birthday.


  • On the twenty-ninth day of January in 1542, twenty-six eligible young women sat at table in Whitehall Palace with King Henry.

    Secrets of the Tudor Court

  • Yet on the forty-ninth year, and the eleventh month, and the twenty-ninth day, he was disturbed by bandits, who wished to steal his robe and jewels.

    Blood Ninja II

  • Gavin was given a small, windowless office on the twenty-ninth floor of the Empire State Building.

    Strangers at the Feast


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