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Number in an octet
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Alternative clues for the word eight
Ice skating figure
Pieces of ___
Good Olympics score
Black billiard ball
Common pie slice count
Start of prime time, generally
Total number of letters of the alphabet used in this puzzle
Power of two
Arachnid leg count
The cardinal number that is the sum of seven and one
Kind of ball
Sphere to fear when pooling?
"___ Men Out," 1988 film
Ashcan School number
Pool's black ball
Figure for Sumners
Figure for Dorothy Hamill
Alcott's "___ Cousins"
Figure for Fleming
Behind the ___ ball
"___ Days a Week," Beatles hit
Figure cut by Babilonia
Shell crew, at times
Figure in skating
Word definitions for eight in dictionaries
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
number COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES a clock strikes eight/nine etc (= makes eight/nine etc sounds according to the hour ) ▪ In the distance I heard a church clock strike eleven. figure of eight five/eight etc hours’ sleep ▪ After eight hours’ sleep,...
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Eight \Eight\ ([=a]t), a. [AS. eahta; akin to OS. ahto, OFries. achta, D. & G. acht, OHG. ahto, Icel. [=a]tta, Sw. [*a]tta, Dan. otte, Goth. ahtau, Lith. aszt[*u]ni, Ir. & Gael. ochd, W. wyth, Armor. eich, eiz, L. octo, Gr. 'oktw`, Skr. ash[.t]an....
Word definitions in Wiktionary
Etymology 1 alt. 1 (context cardinal English) A numerical value equal to 8; the number occurring after seven and before nine. 2 Describing a set or group with eight components. n. 1 The digit/figure 8. 2 (context playing cards English) Any of the four cards...
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
late 14c., eighte , earlier ehte (c.1200), from Old English eahta , æhta , from Proto-Germanic *ahto (cognates: Old Saxon ahto , Old Frisian ahta , Old Norse atta , Swedish åtta , Dutch acht , Old High German Ahto , German acht , Gothic ahtau ), from PIE...
Word definitions in WordNet
adj. being one more than seven [syn: 8 , viii ]
Word definitions in Wikipedia
Eight was released in 2000 and is the eighth studio album by British rock band, New Model Army . Following the departure of Robert Heaton , Michael Dean and Dean White were recruited into the band, who also co-produced Eight with Justin Sullivan .
Usage examples of eight.
Mishani would never have believed it possible - not only that Lucia had been allowed to reach eight harvests of age in the first place, but also that the Empress was foolish enough to think the high families would allow an Aberrant to rule Saramyr.
Knackstedt has seen an abscess of the thigh which contained eight pounds of milk.
There were eight runners that day, a pleasant sized field, and Abseil was second favourite.
The first eight were spent accelerating, and then the blazing antimatter torches were turned toward the enemy and a deceleration began.
Four months after he arrived at Bangkok, at the age of eight, he spoke fluent, accentless Thai.
Not long after his departure--that is, between eight and nine--the boy was taken ill and put into bed with all the violent symptoms which are invariably produced by that most deadly of vegetable poisons, aconitine, and he died at twenty minutes past eleven the same night.
Seven or eight days afterwards, Paterno told me that the actress had related the affair to him exactly in the same words which I had used, and she had added that, if I had ceased my visits, it was only because I was afraid of her taking me at my word in case I should renew my proposal.
Shaped like an enormous spider and forged from solid adamantine, it balanced on eight curved legs.
There are several telephones, seven or eight chairs, two racks on wheels that contain all the charts, and an Addressograph machine used when we order lab studies, X-rays, or tests on patients.
Arguments that may now be adduced to prove that the first eight Amendments were concealed within the historic phrasing of the Fourteenth Amendment were not unknown at the time of its adoption.
Pax or Ouster or Aenean elements without considering that we would meet up with humansor former humanssome eight thousand light-years outside the known sphere of human space.
He recalled in his affidavit some of these reports of conditions in eight camps inhabited by Russian and Polish workers : overcrowding that bred disease, lack of enough food to keep a man alive, lack of water, lack of toilets.
The aft lines were now cut but that still left six or eight more up forward.
After eight long years of pain and fear, she now knew why her body turned traitor on her, beginning with an overwhelming arousal and ending with a bleak, almost agonizing pain before slowly diminishing.
The tomb is recessed in the wall of the aisle, and consists of a lower storey for the coffin with a flat top, with a front of open stone work in eight divisions, each containing a quatrefoil.