Definition of Septuagenarians

1. Noun. (plural of septuagenarian) ¹



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Definition of Septuagenarians

1. septuagenarian [n] - See also: septuagenarian

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Septuagenarians

septomaxillary
septonasal
septoplastic
septoplasties
septoplasty
septorhinoplastic
septorhinoplasties
septorhinoplasty
septoria
septostomy
septothecal
septrional
septs
septua-
septuagenarian
septuagenarians (current term)
septuagenaries
septuagenary
septuagesima
septuagesimal
septuagint
septuary
septula
septula of testis
septulate
septulum
septulum testis
septum
septum accessorium
septum atrioventriculare

Literary usage of Septuagenarians

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1. Pioneers and Makers of Arkansas by Josiah Hazen Shinn (1908)
"Sevier County had a quartette of septuagenarians—John Dollarhide. ... In Clark County they were limited to septuagenarians, but they beat Washington County ..."

2. Anniversary tribute to George Martin Kober, M.D, LL.D.: In Celebration of edited by Francis Anthony Tondorf (1920)
"It is a rare and a happy privilege accorded us tonight to celebrate the attainment to the ranks of the septuagenarians of our friend and colleague and ..."

3. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1918)
"... 30 which they were in 1760, to two septuagenarians, whose deaths they awaited to take possession of their effects, when the French Revolution broke out. ..."

4. Diet in Health and Disease by Julius Friedenwald, John Ruhräh (1907)
"Yet young patients are sometimes found to lose comparatively much nitrogen, and septuagenarians comparatively little [T. Pfeiffer and W. Scholz (15)]. ..."

5. Proceedings by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain), Norton Shaw, Francis Galton, William Spottiswoode, Clements Robert Markham, Henry Walter Bates, John Scott Keltie (1884)
"... both septuagenarians, whoso kind reception of me, comfortable quarters, and excellent tea and cake, recalled the mind to homes north of the Tweed, ..."

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