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Synonyms for ten

the cardinal number that is the sum of nine and one

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one of four playing cards in a deck with ten pips on the face

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being one more than nine

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D'Artagnan was not perhaps so gay this time as he would have been with the prospect of finding some good friends at Calais, instead of joining the ten scamps there; melancholy, however, did not visit him more than once a day, and it was about five visits that he received from that somber deity before he got sight of the sea at Boulogne, and then these visits were indeed but short.
As the half hour after ten struck--then the quarter to eleven--then the hour--the pavement steadily became more and more deserted.
At forty- seven minutes past ten Murchison will launch the electric spark on the wire which communicates with the charge of the Columbiad.
If I do not get the ten fat goats and the other things, they shall at least have a few bones after I am through.
Then all the ten sons of Jikiza stepped forward as one man, for their hearts were made with wrath because of the death of their father and because the chieftainship had gone from their race, so that in truth they cared little if they lived or died.
There was a blue pongee suit in a window that she knew--by saving twenty cents a week instead of ten, in--let's see--Oh, it would run into years
At a quarter past ten they at last got into their carriages and started.
Ten dollars a month for four rooms is two an' a half for one.
Mademoiselle will have the goodness to give me ten francs," said Desiree, on her return; "I have ordered every thing that is proper, but money is wanting to pay for some little articles that will soon come.
The sailors ran the ship into a creek, where ten slaves landed, carrying spades and pickaxes.
This was to be not only the longest of all telephone lines, strung on ten thousand poles; it was to be a line de luxe, built of glistening red copper, not iron.
I pay advance father belong him one ten pounds and five fella pounds.
He always wears a conspicuous uniform; he can always be found when he is wanted, for he sticks closely to his post at the front door; he is as polite as a duke; he speaks from four to ten languages; he is your surest help and refuge in time of trouble or perplexity.
I will have ten kisses from the Princess,' answered the Swineherd.
Ask him if he will have ten kisses from the ladies of my court.