What is another word for fifty-five?

Pronunciation: [fˈɪftifˈa͡ɪv] (IPA)

Fifty-five is a numerical term that represents the number 55 in numerals. Synonyms of fifty-five can be described as alternate words or phrases that have the same meaning as this numerical term. Some of the synonyms for fifty-five include "fifty-five units," "five and fifty," "fifty-five more," "fifty-five count," "LV," or "cinquante-cinq" (in French). Additionally, for those who want to get creative with their phrasing, other synonyms could be "double-nickel," "half century plus five," or "quintuplets of eleven." These synonyms can add a little variety to how things are expressed and can help communicate more effectively in various contexts.

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    • Cardinal number
      5.5, 3.55, 1.55, 4.55, 55.0, 55.00, 10.55, 12.55.
    • Adjective

What are the hypernyms for Fifty-five?

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Famous quotes with Fifty-five

  • From birth to age eighteen, a girl needs good parents. From eighteen to thirty-five, she needs good looks. From thirty-five to fifty-five, she needs a good personality. From fifty-five on, she needs good cash.
    Sophie Tucker
  • In an autobiography one must surely be allowed to boast, just for fun. I have, at a range of twenty feet, shot the tobacco out of a cigarette and left the paper intact. At a range of thirty feet, I have split a target, edge towards me, with an air pistol. I am also the world's champion in a game called "You Are the Target," in which anyone better than I would be dead. The game is to shoot an arrow straight up and see how near to you it can be allowed to land. You have to watch its fall very carefully, but I have had it hit the ground exactly between my feet. Of course, there were no witnesses. Had there been, they would forcefully have discouraged the experiment. I was using a fifty-five pound bow.
    Alan Watts
  • After fifty-five years of dedicating his life and work to the story of ethical systems, Sol Weintraub had come to a single, unshakable conclusion: any allegiance to a deity or concept or universal principal (sic) which put above decent behavior toward an innocent human being was evil.
    Dan Simmons

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