Definition of Sevener

1. Noun. The cardinal number that is the sum of six and one.

Exact synonyms: 7, Heptad, Septenary, Septet, Seven, Vii
Generic synonyms: Digit, Figure
Derivative terms: Seven



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sevener

seven-year itch
seven card stud
seven deadly sins
seven hundred
seven hundred and fifty
seven iron
seven minutes in heaven
seven o'clock
seven seals
seven seas
seven second delay
seven thousand
seven virtues
sevendy
sevener (current term)
sevenfold
sevenfoldness
sevenish
sevenless
sevenling
sevenness
sevennight
sevennights
sevenpence
sevenpences
sevenpenny
sevens
sevenscore
sevensies

Literary usage of Sevener

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1. History of Oakland County Michigan: A Narrative Account of Its Historic by Thaddeus D Seeley (1912)
"EDWARD sevener. Distinguished not only as one of the prosperous farmers of Ortonville, but as a citizen of prominence and influence, Edward sevener is ..."

2. International Religious Freedom (2000): Report to Congress by the Department edited by Barbara Larkin (2001)
"... and the Ismaili ("sevener") Shi'a order. The "Twelver" Shi'a, Sunni, and Druze each have state-appointed clerical bodies to administer family and ..."

3. Charterhouse: Old and New by Edward Parry Eardley-Wilmot, E. C. Streatfield (1895)
"... as the ball always proved difficult to find in the dark corners; (2) to square leg, through the large archway on to Green—sometimes a sevener if hit at ..."

4. Charterhouse: Old and New by Edward Parry Eardley-Wilmot, E. C. Streatfield (1895)
"... as the ball always proved difficult to find in the dark corners; (2) to square leg, through the large archway on to Green—sometimes a sevener if hit at ..."

5. Charterhouse: Old and New by Edward Parry Eardley-Wilmot, E. C. Streatfield (1895)
"... as the ball always proved difficult to find in the dark corners; (2) to square leg, through the large archway on to Green—sometimes a sevener if hit at ..."

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