Definition of Twenty-nine

1. Noun. The cardinal number that is the sum of twenty-eight and one.

Exact synonyms: 29, Xxix
Generic synonyms: Large Integer



2. Adjective. Being nine more than twenty.
Exact synonyms: 29, Xxix
Similar to: Cardinal

Definition of Twenty-nine

1. Number. The cardinal number immediately following twenty-eight and preceding thirty. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Twenty-nine

twenty-five-eight
twenty-five-thousander
twenty-five-thousanders
twenty-five/eight
twenty-five past
twenty-five percent
twenty-five to
twenty-four
twenty-four hours
twenty-four seven
twenty-fourmo
twenty-fourth
twenty-fourths
twenty-minute egg
twenty-nail dystrophy
twenty-nine (current term)
twenty-ninth
twenty-ninths
twenty-one
twenty-one hundred
twenty-oneth
twenty-past
twenty-second
twenty-seconds
twenty-seven
twenty-seventh
twenty-sevenths
twenty-six
twenty-sixth
twenty-third

Literary usage of Twenty-nine

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1. The Constitution of the United States of America by United States (1920)
"... was declared in a proclamation of the Secretary of State, dated March 30, 1870, to have been ratified by twenty-nine of the thirty-seven States. ..."

2. American Men of Science: A Biographical Directory by Jaques Cattell, Jaques Cattell Press (1921)
"The data also show that successive polygamy through divorce is unusual among scientific men. the age of twenty-nine, 298 of the fathers and 328 of the ..."

3. Journal by General Assembly, Pennsylvania General Assembly. Senate, Pennsylvania (1901)
"... 2933 Matthew Dowdell had two thousand nine hundred and twenty nine votes, 2929 Francis lx,ve had two thousand nine hundred and thirty- ' one votes, ..."

4. The American Journal of Psychology by Edward Bradford ( Titchener, Granville Stanley Hall (1902)
"The series one to twenty-nine seems darker than the surrounding space. ... I never find, for example, a number from one to twenty- nine missing; ..."

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