seventeenth

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  • However most of the current buildings are no older than the seventeenth century.
  • Its main island is the seventeenth-largest island in the world by land area.
  • Paris was a city of about half a million people in the mid-seventeenth century.
  • Five of them date from the seventeenth century, with one later addition.
  • The form developed in the late seventeenth century, although the name was not used at first.
  • Records of it exist in ancient times through until the seventeenth century.
  • As a result, their power in the region increased greatly in the mid-seventeenth century.
  • It was his seventeenth and last number-one single in the United States.
  • The college has a long and complex history dating back to the seventeenth century.
  • In English, the Italian term has been used since at least the late seventeenth century.
  • He is quite young, being only in his seventeenth year.
  • His family had come into Ireland from Scotland around the middle of the seventeenth century.
  • He lived in the area in the late seventeenth century.
  • In the seventeenth year of the war, there is no food and no supplies.
  • On the seventeenth day of battle the two foes faced each other once more.
  • She was succeeded by her son from her first marriage, the seventeenth Baron.
  • However, most of those used today date from the seventeenth century onwards.
  • England claimed the current South Carolina at the beginning of seventeenth century.
  • This may have acted as a market cross in the seventeenth century.
  • The farm also has a late seventeenth-century five-bay barn.
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Meaning of seventeenth

  • noun Position 17 in a countable series of things