forty

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  • The remains of over forty men and children were found on her property.
  • He had not received a high school education until he was forty.
  • In all, he served his nation and state around a total of forty years.
  • He was forty-one years old; this was rather young for such an election.
  • Of about fifty people living on the island, forty were able to escape.
  • It also was a top forty hit in seven other countries.
  • Tom was still talking at forty horse-power when they came to the town hall. Cited from The High School Captain of the Team, by H. Irving Hancock
  • The twenty-five were reduced by lot to nine and the nine elected forty-five.
  • This would remain as the basic design for the next forty years.
  • Around forty different languages are regularly and currently in use in the country.
  • This club would run the library for forty-four years.
  • The present municipality consists of nearly forty original local government units.
  • There are over forty different levels which make up the several stages.
  • He has done about twenty films over forty years.
  • Forty-eight individuals have held the position of state governor.
  • This peace would hold for the next forty years.
  • Then there will be a period of forty years.
  • Love at first sight is still possible for those into their forties and long-married.
  • Eight crew members were killed, forty-seven were wounded, and eleven aircraft were destroyed.
  • Forty-one international companies have operations in the county.
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Synonyms of forty

Meaning of forty

  • noun The cardinal number that is the product of ten and four