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sixty-first

[siks-tee-furst] /ˈsɪks tiˈfɜrst/
adjective
1.
next after the sixtieth; being the ordinal number for 61.
2.
being one of 61 equal parts.
noun
3.
a sixty-first part, especially of one (1/61).
4.
the sixty-first member of a series.
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  • It would be his three hundred and sixty-first separate tadpole hatching.

    Gladiator Philip Wylie
  • You're the guy who passed up the sixty-first for the Safety First regiment.

    Americans All Various
  • He then knelt down and read the sixtieth and sixty-first Psalms.

    The Pearl Box A Pastor
  • The 4th of July, the sixty-first anniversary of American independence!

    Diary in America, Series One Frederick Marryat (AKA Captain Marryat)
  • Should any sixty-first man throw his eye over these pages he will remember that I speak of one beloved by every one who knew him.

    Arthur O'Leary Charles James Lever
  • Born in 1818, the Professor was then in the sixty-first year of his age.

  • I came of age in the sixty-first year of the preceding century.'

    Gobseck Honore de Balzac
  • Meanwhile the sixty-first battalion had effected an entrance into the castle garden.

  • Someone should have seen to it that the sixty-first should never have been long with less than five hundred men in the ranks.

  • sixty-first week, trying to feel of his own image in the mirror .

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