- 1One more than eighteen; nine more than ten; 19: nineteen of the interviewees had never worked (Roman numeral: xix or XIX)More example sentences
- Over the years I was there the attendance ranged from nine to nineteen.
- The results showed that only nine out of the nineteen autistic children succeeded in a regular first grade classroom, after treatment had been delivered.
- The nineteen Tibeto-Burman-speaking groups include nine groups that speak Karen languages.
- 1.1Nineteen years old: she married at nineteenMore example sentences
- He was born in Lebanon, which he left at the age of nineteen for ‘asylum’ in Belgium, even though he now happily admits that in reality he was an economic migrant.
- When Octavian arrived in Rome to claim his inheritance, he was only nineteen.
- He was only nineteen and he did an excellent job with the business.
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- Canadian whisky was in demand throughout the world in the late nineteenth century.
- In Europe in the nineteenth century this religious anti-Semitism turned racial.
- The imperialism of today is definitely not the same as that of the late nineteenth century.
Pronunciation: /nīnˈtēnTH, ˈnīnˌtēnTH/number
Old English nigontȳne.