Forty

  • (adj): Being ten more than thirty.
    Synonyms: 40, xl, twoscore
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on forty:

Cambridge Songs
... The Cambridge Songs were long thought to be forty-nine in number, but a missing folio that contained twenty-seven more was discovered in Frankfurt and returned to the University Library in 1982 ... Seven songs in a different hand, but occurring in the same Codex (after the first forty-nine) have since been identified as probably part of the collection ... Four of the original forty-nine are called modi (melodies, namely sequences) ...
Letter Of Forty-Two
... The Letter of Forty-Two (Russian Письмо́ сорока́ двух) was an open letter signed by forty-two well-known Russian literati, aimed at Russian society, the ...
Soul Of A Man (Eric Burdon Album) - Track Listing
... Cross Store" (Fred McDowell) – 418 "Como Se Llama Mama" – 339 "Forty Days and Forty Nights" – 300 "Feeling Blue" – 448 "Never Give Up Blues" (David ...
Code Geass Characters - European Union
... is Paris, led by three presidents, and managed by the Council of Forty - all democratically elected by the people ... The Council of Forty is based on a system established after the Revolution, and currently has over 200 members ... With a declaration of war from the Holy Britannian Empire, the Council of Forty has to take charge of national defense and military matters as well ...
The Forty-First
... The Forty-first, (Russian Сорок первый, Sorok pervyy) may refer to The Forty-First (novel), a novel by Boris Lavrenyov The Forty-First (1927 film), a film ...

More definitions of "forty":

  • (noun): The cardinal number that is the product of ten and four.
    Synonyms: 40, XL

Famous quotes containing the word forty:

    The man who arrives young believes that he exercises his will because his star is shining. The man who only asserts himself at thirty has a balanced idea of what will power and fate have each contributed, the one who gets there at forty is liable to put the emphasis on will alone.
    F. Scott Fitzgerald (1896–1940)

    Still falls the Rain—
    Dark as the world of man, black as our loss—
    Blind as the nineteen hundred and forty nails
    Upon the Cross.
    Dame Edith Sitwell (1887–1964)

    Voice number one says,
    “I am the leaves. I am the martyred.
    Come unto me with death for I am the siren.
    I am forty young girls in green shells....”
    Anne Sexton (1928–1974)