Definition of Eightieths

1. Noun. (plural of eightieth) ¹



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Definition of Eightieths

1. eightieth [n] - See also: eightieth

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Eightieths

eightfoldness
eighth
eighth cranial nerve
eighth grade
eighth grades
eighth nerve
eighth nerve tumour
eighth note
eighth notes
eighth rest
eighth rests
eighthly
eighths
eighties
eightieth
eightieths (current term)
eightish
eightlike
eightling
eightlings
eightness
eightpence
eightpences
eightpenny
eightpenny nail
eightplex
eightplexes
eights
eightscore
eightsies

Literary usage of Eightieths

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1. Educational Reform: Essays and Addresses by Charles William Eliot (1901)
"English has from eleven to seventeen eightieths on the different programmes of the Committee of Ten. The largest amount of time devoted to it on any one ..."

2. The History of Political Parties in the Province of New York, 1760-1776 by Carl Lotus Becker (1904)
"eightieths of the par amount of such common stock owned of record by such stockholder. After the sale and delivery to the Trust Company of such of said ..."

3. Elements of Arithmetic by Horace Mann, Pliny Earle Chase (1851)
"How many quarters in 7 eightieths of a ton? ... In 140 eightieths ? 32. In Troy weight, a grain is one twenty-fourth of a pennyweight. ..."

4. Dubbs' Complete Mental Arithmetic: A Volume of Carefully Graded Exercises by Eugene L. Dubbs (1893)
"Reduce f to eightieths; ... to eightieths. 22. Reduce Д to eighty-fourths; T9T to eighty- fourths. 23. ..."

5. Eight Years of Tory Government, 1895-1903: Home Affairs; a Handbook for the by Augustine Birrell (1903)
"... the Government opposed the claim, maintaining that eleven-eightieths of the sum paid to England was the proper equivalent to be paid to Scotland, ..."

6. Archer's Law and Practice in Oil and Gas Cases: Embracing an Analysis of All by V. B. Archer (1911)
"... and to Loomis five- eightieths, and to Snyder and Mellon the seven eighths working interest. Later, oil was discovered on the 46 ..."

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