• (adj): Being one more than fifteen.
    Synonyms: 16, xvi
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on sixteen:

Southern Illinois Salukis Men's Basketball - Postseason Results - NCAA Division I Tournament Results
... Year Seed Round Opponent Result 1977 First Round Arizona W 81–77 Sweet Sixteen Wake Forest L 81–86 1993 #14 First Round #3 Duke L 70–105 1994 #11 First Round #6 Minnesota L 60 ... Round #13 Holy Cross W 61–51 Second Round #5 Virginia Tech W 63–48 Sweet Sixteen #1 Kansas L 58–61 ...
Sixteen, Montana - Further Reading
... Springs CDP Martinsdale Other unincorporated communities Minden Ringling Sixteen Coordinates 46°12′55″N 110°59′52″W / 46.21528°N 110.99778°W / 46.21528 -110.99778 ...
Sixteen Soldiers
... Sixteen Soldiers is a two-player abstract strategy board game from Sri Lanka ... In Sixteen Soldiers, each player has 16 pieces hence the name of the game ... Sixteen Soldiers is also related to the Indonesian game of Permainan-Tabal ...
Sixteen Women
175 CE), refers to "the Sixteen Women." It's unclear how "the Sixteen Women" became a group ...
Sixteen Tons Of Bluegrass
... Sixteen Tons of Bluegrass is an album by Pete Stanley and Wizz Jones produced by Chas McDevitt, and originally released in the UK1966 on Columbia Records ... it was released on CD by Rollercoaster Records as More Than Sixteen Tons of Bluegrass and Other Fine Stuff, with the addition of a number of bonus tracks ... Columbia DB7776) and six previously unreleased tracks from the "Sixteen Tons" recording sessions ...

More definitions of "sixteen":

  • (noun): The cardinal number that is the sum of fifteen and one.
    Synonyms: 16, XVI

Famous quotes containing the word sixteen:

    If you think that nobility consists of having sixteen ancestors rather than merit, great Prince, then you may—and you may also praise or condemn me.
    Franz Grillparzer (1791–1872)

    From sixteen to twenty, all women, kept in humor by their hopes and by their attractions, appear to be good-natured.
    Samuel Richardson (1689–1761)

    The Reverend Samuel Peters ... exaggerated the Blue Laws, but they did include “Capital Lawes” providing a death penalty for any child over sixteen who was found guilty of cursing or striking his natural parents; a death penalty for an incorrigible son; a law forbidding smoking except in a room in a private house; another law declaring smoking illegal except on a journey five miles away from home,...
    —Administration for the State of Con, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)