Six [adjective]

Definition of Six:

having six of something

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Sentence/Example of Six:

In ten minutes the fund had reached over six hundred dollars.

He's stolen five or six hundred dollars in gold from old Paul Nichols.

"Six hundred and thirty-five dollars," answered Robert, producing it.

And six weeks after that I had things in shape so't I was able to leave.

De Lord had been with them in six troubles, and he would not desert them in de seventh.

There was plenty of water in the hole, which is about six feet deep.

Fine pools for the first six miles, with numbers of ducks in them.

Shot six ducks; great numbers were in the river, also white cockatoos.

Other things being equal, people of six prefer that man who is tallest.

His expedition, which left Copenhagen in 1761, lasted six years.