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Synonyms for five

the cardinal number that is the sum of four and one

a team that plays basketball

a playing card or a domino or a die whose upward face shows five pips

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being one more than four

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We soon discovered that we had really been the victims of an illusion, whereupon, without further delay and laughing like madmen, we ran to Box Five on the grand tier, went inside and found no shape of any kind.
So that if I were to bury my five gold pieces," cried Pinocchio with growing wonder, "next morning I should find--how many?
It granted licenses to five cities that demanded municipal ownership.
He could count five objects, and pronounce them by name and number, but he was incapable of reasoning that he would remain in Somo if Nalasu lived, depart from Somo if Nalasu died.
When an army is overthrown and its leader slain, the cause will surely be found among these five dangerous faults.
The result of such a catastrophe would mean no children in the community for another five years.
There's Sixty Mile with five thousand in stock on the shelves.
I have, then, five minutes," said Monte Cristo to himself; "it is more time than I require.
And the high and lofty, heaven-inspired TRANSCONTINENTAL paid five dollars for five thousand words
Were the representatives in Virginia to be regulated by the standard in Rhode Island, they would, at this time, amount to between four and five hundred; and twenty or thirty years hence, to a thousand.
The whole number of persons collected at Grand Pre finally amounted to four hundred and eighty-three men, and three hundred and thirty-seven women, heads of families; and their sons and daughters, to five hundred and twenty-seven of the former, and five hundred and seventy-six of the latter; making in the whole one thousand nine hundred and twenty-three souls.
She had supposed it to be worth at least five times as much.
Me give 'm five stick," the six-quart steward bargained.
The favourite metres of the T`ang poets were in lines of five or seven syllables.
Then came the yellow of Clifton of Buckinghamshire; and the blue of Gilbert of the White Hand--he who was renowned in Nottinghamshire; and the green of Elwyn the Welshman; and the White of Robert of Cloudesdale; and, after them, five other captains of bands, each a man of proved prowess.