sixth

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  • The School also has one of the largest sixth forms in the county.
  • It also made him the sixth-highest paid player in baseball that year.
  • It would be broadcast as the first episode of the sixth series.
  • It is their sixth full-length album with original material.
  • The film is considered to be the sixth-best-selling silent film of all time.
  • Production of the first seven episodes of the sixth series began.
  • A sixth Full-length studio album was also planned but later abandoned.
  • She began reading when she was very young and started writing when she was in the sixth grade.
  • The game is now in its sixth edition, but the rules have changed little over the years.
  • Many stories in the sixth day do not have previous versions.
  • Teaching continues to be largely single-sex except for the co-educational sixth form.
  • He grew up in a fairly large pure-blood family as the sixth-born of seven children.
  • She also made appearances in the third and sixth seasons.
  • All state schools have sixth forms, and there are no sixth form colleges.
  • Soon after, Joe started work on his sixth full-length album.
  • If Texas were its own country it would be the sixth largest oil producer in the world.
  • Architects announced that they were recording their sixth full-length album in September.
  • She made her acting debut in a sixth grade play.
  • It is their sixth full-length studio album.
  • It is her sixth best-selling single in the country.
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Words starting with sixth

Synonyms of sixth

Meaning of sixth

  • noun Position six in a countable series of things
  • noun The musical interval between one note and another six notes away from it