She was born in 1664, and at the time of Sewall's courtship of her was fifty-six and he sixty-nine.
They had with them a picture-card of the sixty-nine officers of the Gaeta army.
There were twelve thousand four hundred and sixty-nine killed, wounded, and missing from McClellan's army in this battle.
I could not make but a hundred and sixty-nine from it; but Ned said that he guessed 'twas more.
I found out, over there, that a kazark is exactly the bulk of a hundred and sixty-nine worlds like ours!
And every one of the sixty-nine has its playground, which will by and by be free to all the neighborhood.
They only knew that the lama who had been walled in for sixty-nine years had wished to see the sun again before he died.
It is calculated that his tiny head makes sixty-nine movements every minute.
In the biblical words used once only the classical portion is enormous—namely, not less than sixty-nine per cent.
Sixty-eight, sixty-nine, seventy; looks to me like a spill pretty soon.
in sexual sense, 1888, as a translation of French faire soixante neuf, literally "to do 69." So called from the similarity of positions to the arrangement of the numerals.