[ adjective ] being ten more than forty
Used in print(James Boylan, "Mutinity"...)
Turbulent tides rose as_much_as fifty feet .(John Harnsberger and Robert P. Wilkins,...)
When late in the summer the full extent of the damage was assessed , all but fifty of the Scots , Swiss and metis moved up the Red to the mouth of the Pembina river .(Bell I. Wiley, "Home Letters of Johnny Reb and Billy...)
Charles_Thiot , a splendid Georgia soldier , differed from most_of his comrades in the ranks in that he was the owner of a large plantation , well-educated , and nearly fifty years of_age .(Kenneth Allsop, The Bootleggers and Their Era...)
In six months O_'_Banion had boosted the profits to $ 100000 a month - mainly by bringing pressure to bear on fifty Chicago speak-easy proprietors to shift out to the suburb .(Helen Hooven Santmyer, "There Were Fences"...)
The streets of any county town were like this on any sunshiny afternoon in summer ; they were like this fifty odd years ago , and yesterday .
[ noun ] (mathematics) the cardinal number that is the product of ten and five
Used in print(Jim Berry Pearson, The Maxwell Land Grant....)
There was no extra horse so it was left to his comrades who , though numbering in the fifties , had stood around on the hillside nearby without firing a shot during the entire attack .