five or more (part of speech: noun)
hundred, septuple, octavo, jillion, billion, octet, octagon, hundredfold, grand, fourscore, teens, sextuple, score, trillion, dozen, gross, million, hexad, sevenfold, thousand, sixfold, duodecimo, decade, octave
- A similar remark might be made concerning the reference to the poet's old age " which dulleth him in his spirit," in the " Complaint of Venus," generally ascribed to the last decennium of Chaucer's life. - "Chaucer", Adolphus William Ward.
- At times, we know, men find what they seek; and so Chaucer found in Boethius and in Guillaume de Lorris that conception which he both translates and reproduces, besides repeating it in a little " Ballade," probably written by him in the last decennium of his life. - "Chaucer", Adolphus William Ward.
- He was occupied actively with teaching, but the dominant feature of the decennium was his assumption of the Darwinian doctrines. - "Thomas Henry Huxley; A Sketch Of His Life And Work", P. Chalmers Mitchell.