*noun:*- The ordinal quantity matching the amount five in a string.

- The ordinal quantity matching the number five in a set.
- certainly one of five equal parts.
- The ordinal number matching the amount five in a set.
- The ordinal quantity matching the number five in a series.
- The ordinal quantity matching the number five in a string.
- among five equal components.
- One fifth of a gallon or four fifths of a quart of alcohol.
- among five equal components.
- certainly one of five equal parts.
- One fifth of a gallon or four fifths of a quart of liquor.
- songs A tone five degrees overhead or below a given tone in a diatonic scale.
- One fifth of a gallon or four fifths of a quart of alcohol.
- Music A tone five levels above or below confirmed tone in a diatonic scale.
- Music A tone five levels overhead or below confirmed tone in a diatonic scale.
- musical The interval between two these types of shades.
- One fifth of a gallon or four fifths of a quart of liquor.
- among five equal parts.
- Music A tone five degrees above or below confirmed tone in a diatonic scale.
- musical The harmonic mix of two these types of tones.
- musical The interval between two such shades.
- Music The period between two such shades.
- One fifth of a gallon or four fifths of a quart of alcohol.
- musical The interval between two these types of shades.
- musical The harmonic mixture of two these types of shades.
- musical The dominating of a scale or secret.
- Music The harmonic mix of two these types of shades.
- Music A tone five degrees above or below certain tone in a diatonic scale.
- Music The dominant of a scale or key.
- musical The harmonic mixture of two these types of tones.
- The Fifth Amendment. Combined with the.
- musical The interval between two such tones.
- The Fifth Amendment. Used with the.
- musical The dominating of a scale or key.
- musical The harmonic combination of two these types of tones.
- The Fifth Amendment. Used in combination with the.
- anyone or thing in the 5th position.
- musical The dominating of a scale or key.
- The person or thing in the fifth place.
- among five equal areas of a complete.
- The Fifth Amendment. Used in combination with the.
- among five equal areas of a whole.
- The person or part of the fifth place.
- The 5th gear of an engine.
- musical The dominant of a scale or secret.
- The fifth gear of an engine.
- One of five equal parts of a complete.
- A quantity of alcohol corresponding to one-fifth of a gallon, or, more commonly, 750 milliliters.
- The Fifth Amendment. Used in combination with the.
- A quantity of alcohol corresponding to one-fifth of a gallon, or, more commonly, 750 milliliters.
- the individual or thing in the 5th place.
- The 5th equipment of an engine.
- The music interval between one note and another five shades greater.
- certainly one of five equal components of an entire.
- A quantity of alcohol add up to one-fifth of a gallon, or, additionally, 750 milliliters.
- The music period between one note and another five tones higher.
- The 5th vocals in a polyphonic melody.
- The 5th gear of an engine.
- anyone or thing in the 5th place.
- The music interval between one note and another five shades higher.
- The fifth sound in a polyphonic melody.
- The fifth voice in a polyphonic melody.
- One of five equal components of an entire.
- The 5th equipment of an engine.
- The quotient of a unit divided by five; one of five equal parts; a fifth component.
- A quantity of alcohol corresponding to one-fifth of a gallon, or, more commonly, 750 milliliters.
- The interval of three shades and a semitone, embracing five diatonic examples of the scale; the prominent of any key.
- The quotient of a unit divided by five; certainly one of five equal components; a fifth part.
- A quantity of liquor corresponding to one-fifth of a gallon, or, more commonly, 750 milliliters.
- The musical interval between one note and another five shades higher.
- The quotient of a unit split by five; one of five equal parts; a fifth component.
- The period of three shades and a semitone, embracing five diatonic quantities of the scale; the prominent of any key.
- The musical period between one note and another five tones higher.
- The interval of three shades and a semitone, embracing five diatonic quantities of the scale; the dominant of every secret.
- The fifth sound in a polyphonic melody.
- The quotient of unity split by five; certainly one of five equal elements of something: as, one 5th (⅕) of an acre.
- The 5th vocals in a polyphonic melody.
- The quotient of unity divided by five; one of five equal areas of everything: as, one 5th (⅕) of an acre.
- In songs: A tone five diatonic degrees overhead or below any given tone.
- The period between any tone and a tone five degrees distant as a result.
- In music: A tone five diatonic levels above or below any given tone.
- The quotient of unity divided by five; one of five equal elements of such a thing: as, one fifth (⅕) of an acre.
- The mixture of two shades remote by a fifth.
- The quotient of a unit split by five; one of five equal components; a fifth component.
- In music: A tone five diatonic degrees overhead or below a tone.
- The period of three shades and a semitone, embracing five diatonic levels of the scale; the prominent of any key.
- In a scale, the fifth tone from the base; the dominant: solmizated sol, as G when you look at the scale of C, or E in that of A.
- The interval between any tone and a tone five levels distant from this.
- In early English law, a fifth an element of the rents of the season, or of movables, or both, approved or levied by means of taxation.
- the blend of two tones remote by a fifth.
- one part in five equal components
- The quotient of unity divided by five; among five equal areas of anything: as, one fifth (⅕) of an acre.
- In a scale, the fifth tone from base; the prominent: solmizated sol, as G into the scale of C, or E in that of A.
- In music: A tone five diatonic degrees above or below any given tone.
- a quantity of alcohol add up to one fifth of a United States gallon
- The interval between any tone and a tone five levels distant from it.
- at the beginning of English legislation, a fifth an element of the rents of the season, or of movables, or both, awarded or levied by way of taxation.
- the blend of two tones remote by a fifth.
- one part in five equal components
- place five in a countable series of things
- a quantity of alcohol equal to one fifth of a United States gallon
- In a scale, the fifth tone through the base; the dominant: solmizated sol, as G in the scale of C, or E because of A.
- the musical interval between one note and another five notes far from it
- In early English legislation, a fifth the main rents of the year, or of movables, or both, approved or levied by means of tax.
- one component in five equal parts
- a quantity of alcohol corresponding to one fifth of a United States gallon
- position five in a countable variety of things
- the musical interval between one note and another five notes far from it
- The quotient of a unit divided by five; certainly one of five equal components; a fifth component.
- The interval of three tones and a semitone, embracing five diatonic levels of the scale; the principal of any key.
- The quotient of unity divided by five; among five equal elements of any such thing: as, one fifth (⅕) of an acre.
- In songs: A tone five diatonic degrees above or below a tone.
- The interval between any tone and a tone five degrees distant from this.
- The mixture of two tones distant by a fifth.
- In a scale, the fifth tone through the bottom; the prominent: solmizated sol, as G into the scale of C, or E because of A.
- at the beginning of English law, a fifth area of the rents of the season, or of movables, or both, provided or levied through income tax.
- one component in five equal parts
- a quantity of liquor equal to one fifth of a United shows gallon
- position five in a countable group of things
- The interval between any tone and a tone five degrees distant from it.
- The ordinal quantity matching the quantity five in a string.
- the music period between one note and another five records far from it
- The ordinal quantity matching the number five in a string.
- certainly one of five equal components.
- the blend of two tones remote by a fifth.
- certainly one of five equal components.
- One fifth of a gallon or four fifths of a quart of alcohol.
- In a scale, the fifth tone from bottom; the principal: solmizated sol, as G when you look at the scale of C, or E in that of A.
- In early English legislation, a fifth part of the rents of the season, or of movables, or both, provided or levied through taxation.
- songs A tone five degrees above or below certain tone in a diatonic scale.
- one part in five equal components
- a quantity of alcohol equal to one fifth of a United shows gallon
- position five in a countable variety of things
- the musical interval between one note and another five notes from it
- Music The period between two these types of shades.
- One fifth of a gallon or four fifths of a quart of liquor.
- position five in a countable group of things
- songs A tone five degrees above or below a given tone in a diatonic scale.
- musical The harmonic combination of two these types of shades.
- the musical period between one note and another five records away from it
- Music The dominating of a scale or secret.
- musical The interval between two these types of tones.
- The Fifth Amendment. Used in combination with the.
- songs The harmonic mixture of two such shades.
- musical The dominant of a scale or secret.
- the individual or thing in the 5th position.
- The Fifth Amendment. Used with the.
- One of five equal areas of an entire.
- The fifth gear of an engine.
- A quantity of liquor equal to one-fifth of a gallon, or, more commonly, 750 milliliters.
- anyone or thing in the 5th position.
- The musical interval between one note and another five shades higher.
- among five equal parts of a complete.
- The 5th vocals in a polyphonic melody.
- The fifth gear of an engine.
- A quantity of liquor corresponding to one-fifth of a gallon, or, more commonly, 750 milliliters.
- The musical interval between one note and another five tones greater.
- The fifth vocals in a polyphonic melody.
- The quotient of a unit divided by five; one of five equal parts; a fifth component.
- The interval of three tones and a semitone, embracing five diatonic degrees of the scale; the principal of every key.
- The quotient of a unit split by five; one of five equal components; a fifth part.
- The period of three shades and a semitone, embracing five diatonic levels of the scale; the principal of any key.
- The quotient of unity divided by five; among five equal components of something: as, one 5th (⅕) of an acre.
- In songs: A tone five diatonic levels overhead or below a tone.
- The interval between any tone and a tone five levels distant as a result.
- The mixture of two tones distant by a fifth.
- In a scale, the 5th tone from bottom; the dominant: solmizated sol, as G into the scale of C, or E in that of A.
- at the beginning of English law, a fifth an element of the rents of the year, or of movables, or both, approved or levied through income tax.
- The quotient of unity split by five; one of five equal parts of any such thing: as, one fifth (⅕) of an acre.
- one component in five equal components
- In songs: A tone five diatonic degrees above or below a tone.
- a quantity of liquor equal to one fifth of a United States gallon
- The period between any tone and a tone five degrees distant from it.
- position five in a countable series of things
- the musical interval between one note and another five records from it
- the blend of two shades distant by a fifth.
- In a scale, the fifth tone from bottom; the dominant: solmizated sol, as G inside scale of C, or E because of A.
- In early English law, a fifth the main rents of the season, or of movables, or both, approved or levied by means of income tax.
- one component in five equal components
- a quantity of alcohol corresponding to one fifth of a United shows gallon
- position five in a countable variety of things
- the music period between one note and another five notes far from it

*adjective:*- The ordinal kind of the number five.

- The ordinal as a type of the quantity five.
- The ordinal kind of the quantity five.
- The ordinal type of the amount five.
- The ordinal type of the number five.
- Next to be able following the 4th; -- the ordinal of five.
- composed of certainly one of five equal divisions of anything.
- Next in an effort following the 4th; -- the ordinal of five.
- Next trying after the 4th; -- the ordinal of five.
- comprising certainly one of five equal divisions of a thing.
- Consisting of among five equal divisions of anything.
- Next trying following the 4th; -- the ordinal of five.
- Then trying after the fourth; -- the ordinal of five.
- comprising certainly one of five equal divisions of anything.
- coming next after the fourth and simply prior to the 6th in position
- coming next following the fourth and just prior to the 6th in place
- comprising among five equal divisions of anything.
- coming next after the fourth and just ahead of the sixth constantly in place
- coming next after the 4th and simply before the sixth in position
- coming next after the fourth and merely prior to the 6th constantly in place
- The ordinal kind of the quantity five.
- The ordinal kind of the quantity five.
- Then in an effort after the 4th; -- the ordinal of five.
- comprising certainly one of five equal divisions of a thing.
- After that to be able following the fourth; -- the ordinal of five.
- Consisting of one of five equal divisions of anything.
- coming next following the 4th and just before the sixth in position
- coming after that following the 4th and simply prior to the sixth in position

*others:*- Following after the fourth: an ordinal numeral.

- Then after the fourth: an ordinal numeral.
- After that following the 4th: an ordinal numeral.
- After that following the 4th: an ordinal numeral.
- After that after the 4th: an ordinal numeral.
- After that after the 4th: an ordinal numeral.
- Following after the fourth: an ordinal numeral.

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