Examples of six in a Sentence
“What time is it?” “It's six.”
I leave each day at six.
Recent Examples of six from the Web
The V90 Cross Country was at sixes and sevens each time it was confronted with this task, doing terrible things to the ride as each corner tried to sort out its relationship to the ground.
Midfielder Sacha Kljestan, among the best distributors in MLS, has a team-high six assists.
The opposition Labour Party too is at sixes and sevens on its Brexit policy, with senior leaders contradicting each other on critical aspects.
With the score tied 0-0 against Dwyer, Kemper had a pick-six that lead to a 13-7 win.
Evans helps Indiana Senior Girls win: West Side's Dana Evans had 11 points, a game-high six assists and five rebounds as the Indiana Senior Girls beat the Indiana Junior Girls 112-76 Tuesday night at New Albany.
After not starting as a sophomore in 2014, McDonald broke out as a junior with eight interceptions, five blocked punts and 10 non-offensive touchdowns, including four pick-sixes.
That UO has reached four WCWS in its last six seasons is a testament both to the huge turnaround sparked by coach Mike White and the consistency that has resulted.
Sale struck out nine but gave up a season-high six runs on 10 hits, including Todd Frazier's two-run homer in the fourth.
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Origin and Etymology of six
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of six for English Language Learners
: the number 6
: the sixth in a set or series
: six o'clock
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