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[sev-uh n-inch] /ˈsɛv ənˌɪntʃ/
a phonograph record seven inches in diameter, usually having one popular song on each side.
Compare twelve-inch. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • It is a bit scary to watch this five-foot-seven-inch, slim, adorable franchise skateboard his way to the stage.
  • The team started with a seven-inch, commercial, single-input touch screen.
  • Then he began to tamp at the hole with a three-foot-seven-inch iron bar.
  • With the multimedia-navigation package, a button conjures a seven-inch liquid-crystal screen out of the dash.
  • Some seven-inch bluegill were collected, but none larger than that were found.
  • The hangar was constructed with seven-inch thick, reinforced concrete slab.
  • The stereographs are albumen silver prints on four-by-seven-inch mounts.
  • The new proposal calls for a seven-inch minimum length limit statewide.
  • It takes a good sense of humor to farm in a seven-inch precipitation zone.
  • The dapper and diminutive five-foot-seven-inch secretary excelled as a legislative vote counter and political operative.

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