[ adjective ] coming next after the fourth and just before the sixth in position
Used in print(John Harnsberger and Robert P. Wilkins,...)
Thomas_Douglas , fifth Earl of Selkirk , a noble humanitarian Scot concerned with the plight of the crofters of his native Highlands , conceived a plan to settle them in the valley of the Red_River of the North .(Robert E. Lane, The Liberties of Wit: Humanism, Critici...)
It is possible that the idea of enrichment of emotion is a fifth idea .(Samuel Elkin, "The Ball Player," Nugget, 6: 5...)
Then , in the fifth , Anniston 's kid catcher caught onto a curve and smacked the ball into left center_field .
[ noun ] a quantity of liquor equal to one fifth of a United States gallon
Used in print(Breni James, Nights of the Kill....)
Gun set the captain 's fifth of Hiram_Walker inside the safe before he reported to Lt._Killpath , though he knew that Killpath 's ulcer prevented him from making any untoward incursion on Herman_Wolff 's gift .
[ noun ] position five in a countable series of things
"he was fifth out of several hundred runners"
[ noun ] (music) the musical interval between one note and another five notes away from it