Definition of One hundred seventy

1. Adjective. Being ten more than one hundred sixty.

Exact synonyms: 170, Clxx
Similar to: Cardinal



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Lexicographical Neighbors of One Hundred Seventy

one hundred and seven
one hundred and ten
one hundred and three
one hundred and two
one hundred eighty
one hundred fifteen
one hundred fifty
one hundred fifty-five
one hundred five
one hundred forty
one hundred forty-five
one hundred million
one hundred ninety
one hundred one
one hundred percent
one hundred seventy (current term)
one hundred seventy-five
one hundred six
one hundred sixty
one hundred sixty-five
one hundred ten
one hundred thirty
one hundred thirty-five
one hundred twenty
one hundred twenty-five
one in a million
one in the eye for
one iron
one legged
one man and a dog

Literary usage of One hundred seventy

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1. Journal by California Legislature. Assembly, California, Legislature (1912)
"... number one hundred seventy-seven, except that portion thereof bounded by the west patent boundary line of the city of Los Angeles, the center line of ..."

2. United States Statutes at Large: Containing the Laws and Concurrent by United States (1850)
"On the county of Lenoir, two thousand one hundred seventy-eight dollars and ninety cents. On the county of Johnson, three thousand two hundred sixty-three ..."

3. Annual Report by New Hampshire Railroad Commissioners (1903)
"Now, therefore, it being deemed and voted by the board, after due consideration of the premises, that the sum of one hundred seventy- four thousand dollars ..."

4. Annual Report of the Commissioner of Labor by New York (State). Dept. of Labor (1915)
"... as provided by section one hundred fifty- eight, one hundred seventy to one hundred seventy-five, both inclusive, one hundred seventy-seven, one hundred ..."

5. The Life of George Washington: Commander in Chief of the American Forces by John Marshall (1805)
"The same return states the cavalry at one hundred seventy-eight, and the artillery at fifty-eight; so that the total effective force was infantry one ..."

6. History of the City of Dayton and Montgomery County, Ohio by Augustus Waldo Drury (1909)
"Incorporation school funds to be paid to the treasurers of the following schools: Dayton, one hundred seventy-nine thousand, fifty-one dollars and sixty-one ..."

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