Definition of Thirty-seven

1. Adjective. Being seven more than thirty.

Exact synonyms: 37, Xxxvii
Similar to: Cardinal



Definition of Thirty-seven

1. Cardinal numeral. The cardinal number occurring after thirty-six and before thirty-eight. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Thirty-seven

thirty
thirty-eight
thirty-eighth
thirty-fifth
thirty-first
thirty-five
thirty-four
thirty-fourth
thirty-nine
thirty-ninth
thirty-one
thirty-oneth
thirty-second
thirty-second note
thirty-second notes
thirty-seven (current term)
thirty-seventh
thirty-six
thirty-sixth
thirty-something
thirty-third
thirty-three
thirty-two
thirty-twomo
thirty-twomos
thirtyfold
thirtyish
thirtypenny
thirtysomething
thirtysomethings

Literary usage of Thirty-seven

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1. Journal by General Assembly, Pennsylvania General Assembly. Senate, Pennsylvania (1905)
"Stanley Woodward Davenport bad three hundred and thirty-seven thousand eight hundred and nine. Harry Nichols had three hundred and thirty-seven thousand ..."

2. United States Statutes at Large: Containing the Laws and Concurrent by United States (1860)
"... who visited this and the Northern cities in eighteen hundred and thirty-seven, by invitation, including the usual presents and contingent expenditures, ..."

3. The Constitution of the United States of America by United States (1920)
"... was declared in a proclamation of the Secretary of State, dated March 30, 1870, to have been ratified by twenty-nine of the thirty-seven States. ..."

4. Lord Jim by Joseph Conrad (1900)
"CHAPTER thirty-seven "Ix ALL begins with a remarkable exploit of a man called Brown, who stole with complete success a Spanish schooner out of a small bay ..."

5. The Colonial Laws of New York from the Year 1664 to the Revolution by New York (State), Charles Zebina Lincoln, William H. Johnson, Ansel Judd Northrup (1894)
"... of September one Thousand Seven Hundred & Thirty Seven, To the first Day of September in this present year one Thousand Seven Hundred & Thirty nine, ..."

6. A Library of American Literature from the Earliest Settlement to the Present by Arthur Stedman, Edmund Clarence Stedman (1894)
"THE THOUSAND AND thirty-seven. [Baked Meats of the Funeral. ... on the rolls of muster, Our names were thirty-seven; There were just a thousand bayonets, ..."

7. A Library of American Literature from the Earliest Settlement to the Present by Edmund Clarence Stedman, Ellen Mackay Hutchinson (1889)
"THE THOUSAND AND thirty-seven. [Baked Meals of the Funeral. By Private Miles O'Reilly. ... And the swords were thirty-seven, As we took the oath of service ..."

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