Definition of Hundred-and-sixtieth
1. Adjective. The ordinal number of one hundred sixty in counting order.
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Literary usage of Hundred-and-sixtieth
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1. A Compendious system of midwifery: Chiefly Designed to Facilitate the by William Dewees (1853)
"... average three hundred and forty-six; and twenty-eight between the three hundred and sixtieth and four hundred and nineteenth days, average three hundred ..."
2. The Rebellion Record: A Diary of American Events by Frank Moore (1866)
"... Lieutenant-Colonel Lowell, of the Eighth New Hampshire; Colonel Smith, of the One Hundred and sixtieth New York Zouaves ; Colonel Chapín, Captain Luce, ..."
3. Observations on the Expediency and Practicability of Simplifying and by Charles William Pasley (1834)
"... which are divided first into inches or thirty-sixth parts, and secondly into tenths of an inch, or three hundred and sixtieth parts of the yard; ..."
4. The Encyclopedia of Pure Materia Medica: A Record of the Positive Effects of by Timothy Field Allen (1879)
"Profuse perspiration, especially in the occiput (one hundred and sixtieth day),4\. —Perspiration on the face and neck, in the morning, in bed, ..."
5. A Complete Treatise on Midwifery: Or, the Theory and Practice of Tokology by Alfred Velpeau, Charles Delucena Meigs, William Byrd Page (1852)
"... twenty-five from the thrce hundred and fiftieth to the thrce hundred and sixtieth ; twenty-one from the threc hundred and sixtieth to the thrce hundred ..."