eighth

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  • Info Eighth is ordinal form of the number eight.
  • Her father took her out of school when she was in the eighth grade.
  • The eighth is the largest, containing works written over a thirty-year period.
  • To some, it was considered to be the eighth season of the show.
  • The mayor is also elected at large and is the eighth member of the council.
  • He continued as a judge for the eighth and its most recent ninth season.
  • In the UK it is the eighth-best-selling album of all time.
  • It is the band's eighth full-length original album.
  • Only when the eighth was born did the king finally oppose his wife, who therefore left him.
  • It is also the eighth best-selling country songs in the US.
  • It was later decided that the film would begin after the conclusion of the eighth and final season.
  • He claimed that it was probably composed more than twelve hundred years ago during the first half of the eighth century.
  • As a matter of fact, I sold out at ten and three-eighths. Cited from The Fighting Chance, by Robert W. Chambers
  • The election took place as the Great Depression entered its eighth year.
  • Its greatest growth in that time occurred in the seventh and eighth decades.
  • Beyond is the eighth full-length album by the German power metal band Freedom Call.
  • It is the eighth largest island in the world, and at is Canada's second largest island.
  • It is his eighth full length album release.
  • All these have come down to us except the eighth, of which nothing remains but the index.
  • In the eighth grade she discovered her love for acting.
  • Despite a limp, he took part in the race the following day and finished eighth.
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Synonyms of eighth

Meaning of eighth

  • noun Position eight in a countable series of things