ninth

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  • Info In music, a ninth is a compound interval consisting of an octave plus a second.
  • A ninth-grade education was often considered more than sufficient for working-class children.
  • He continued as a judge for the eighth and its most recent ninth season.
  • He held these roles for three seasons before leaving the series at the end of the ninth season.
  • However, one pilot who continually came back to base was shot after his ninth return.
  • It was also the ninth best-selling single of the year in the US.
  • Later he was elected as the country's ninth president.
  • It was also possible for the ninth placed club to retain their position in the higher division.
  • American music magazine Rolling Stone named him the ninth greatest singer of all time.
  • They were voted off during the ninth week of the competition.
  • These eight members then themselves appointed a ninth person to be President of the High Authority.
  • Very few records of ninth century events in northern Britain survive.
  • The ninth and final season features many changes.
  • Also its metal content is seven-ninths as much as the Sun.
  • The other eight have been recognized, though the ninth rider is stated to be unknown.
  • The young open their eyes by the ninth or tenth day.
  • It achieved Gold status and was the ninth best-selling single of the year in this country.
  • It was the ninth and final time he finished in the top five in the voting for the award.
  • Wright's ninth championship as a head coach also breaks the state mark.
  • He was molested several times, and dropped out of school in ninth grade.
  • Where does the Red Prince build the ninth bridge?
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Words starting with ninth

Meaning of ninth

  • noun Position nine in a countable series of things
    going into the ninth they were a run ahead