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Synonyms for eleven

the cardinal number that is the sum of ten and one

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being one more than ten

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An eleven-year-old boy in southeast China's Zhejiang Province was found driving without a license on a motorway.
A winning entrant from each of the 12 participating schools received book vouchers and overall winner, eleven-year-old Ellie Wall, from Wheelwright Lane Primary School in Bedworth, will get to see her artwork produced as a banner for all schools in the borough to display.
Eleven-year-old Daniel Woodward was discovered dead at the property on Secker Avenue, Warrington, in Cheshire, yesterday.
ELEVEN-YEAR-OLD Jessica Crompton has helped her riding group to swell their coffers by pounds 1,000.
Eleven-year-old Joanna Gray, of Middlesbrough, pushed the button to demolish Glentworth House and Fulbeck House in the Thorntree area of the town after winning the chance in a raffle.
PAPHOS POLICE have launched an extensive search to locate an eleven-year-old Greek-Pontian boy who has been missing since Thursday
Eleven-year-old Joy Wells is a proud resident of Spooking, a creepy old town with a secret history.
Eleven-year-old Rose Lynch pits her wits against three rivals with her knowledge of women's rights heroine Emmeline Pankhurst.
Eleven-year-old Gisoo Pashamoghaddam, a member of the choir for three years, says: "We have been learning songs which people used to sing in Victorian times like Hark, The Herald Angels Sing.
Eleven-year-old Destiny explains in a letter to Santa Claus that she tries to be good, do well in school and help her mom, who works two jobs.
Eleven-year-old Whitney is entering her 12th foster home and she is jaded.
Memoirs of" an Eleven-Year-Old Blind Boy, by Tom Sullivan, is a new book that takes readers through the adventures of a "monumental" year in the life of Tom, a boy who has been blind since birth.
A study of the over-frequent application of the death penalty and the demagoguery of terrorism to control public opinion and electoral politics, Promises Betrayed acutely provides readers with a timeless and timely exposure of the truths in situations such as the fabrication of drug charges against several people on the racist behalf of a police officer in Tulia, Texas; an eleven-year-old girl's conviction of homicide despite any evidence supporting her confession as having been coerced, and so much more.
Signs from the ghost of an eleven-year-old girl who died there nearly a century ago, hidden clues, and a discovery from friends all point to the secret truth behind the terrifying nightmare
Eleven-year-old Norman Swann had the idea as he and his friends built a snow wall to shield them from snowball attacks.