I received a postal card the other day from Clay, who is now a nonagenarian, in his armed castle in Kentucky.
A nonagenarian paralysed all down one side may be described as we have described Mr. Hawkins.
Biographical sketches of every Tennessee nonagenarian and centenarian Negro.
A nonagenarian he spoke, in his lucid moments, of the jurisdiction of the Marble Table.
In that year died the nonagenarian Antonius Stradivarius, the greatest violin-maker the world has ever seen.
1776, coined in English with -an + Latin nonagenarius "containing ninety" (in Late Latin "someone ninety years old"), from nonagen "ninety each," related to nonaginta "the number ninety," from nonus "ninth" (see nones) + -genaria "ten times," from PIE *dkm-ta-, from *dekm- "ten" (see ten). As an adjective from 1893.