Consider the sixth Summit of the Americas, held at Cartagena, Colombia, two weeks ago.
If she is a Catholic, she would be the sixth Catholic justice on the Supreme Court.
On the night of the sixth season finale of the Bravo reality show, fans and regular viewers were cautious.
The vampire series is based on the bestselling novels by Charlaine Harris and is in its sixth season.
Before The O.C., Barton played the dead girl in The sixth Sense.
The arches look as if they had supplanted a sixth arch of the nave.
The sixth man was Scottie, who had long since been detached from the party.
Sometimes appended to the Book of Baruch as a sixth chapter.
The former, I was in the habit of often seeing, until I reached my fifth or sixth year.
As already suggested in 16, some of the authorities point to the sixth century.
1520s, replacing Middle English sixte (c.1200), from Old English syxte, from siex (see six). Cf. Old Frisian sexta, Middle Dutch seste, Old High German sehsto, German sechste, Gothic saihsta. With ending conformed to -th (1). Related: Sixthly. The noun meaning "a sixth part" is from 1550s. As a music tone, from 1590s. Sixth sense "supernatural perception of objects" is attested from 1712; earlier it meant "titillation, the sense that apprehends sexual pleasure" (1690s, from Scaliger).
Then said Peter, That is false; for there is a sixth Sense, that of Prescience : for the other five Senses are capable only of Knowledg ; but the Sixth of Foreknowledg ; which Sense the Prophets had. [William Whitson, "Primitive Christianity Reviv'd," vol. V, London, 1712]