forty-fourth [fawr-tee-fawrth, -fohrth] Examples adjective
- next after the forty-third; being the ordinal number for 44.
- being one of 44 equal parts.
- a forty-fourth part, especially of one (1/44).
- the forty-fourth member of a series.
Examples from the Web for forty-fourth Historical Examples of forty-fourth
She died in June, 1572, in the forty-fourth year of her age.
John S. C. Abbott
From Forty-fourth Street to the Twenties was as familiar a path as any in his life.
Frederick Orin Bartlett
The forty-fourth day of the fast was the busiest of all with her.
Edward Hooker Dewey
Pollard had said Barry walked down with him, and had left him at Forty-fourth.
At Mechanicsville the Forty-fourth Georgia lost 65 per cent.