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Definitions of 300

  1. being one hundred more than two hundred
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Usage examples for 300

  1. He didn't know that I'd sold his competitor a $ 1, 300 bill. – Tales of the Road by Charles N. Crewdson
  2. He told me that from his fishing and his farming he made some $ 300 a year. – Modern American Prose Selections by Various
  3. 300. " If the word or words understood are supplied, the true construction will be apparent." – The Grammar of English Grammars by Goold Brown
  4. They offered to let me in and give me a third interest for $ 300, but somehow I didn't like the idea, and the whole thing seemed uncanny, and it is lucky I didn't. – Montezuma's Castle and Other Weird Tales by Charles B. Cory
  5. Its execution must have been seriously contemplated, for the Senate of Genoa banked 300 ducats for the purpose. – The Life of Michelangelo Buonarroti by John Addington Symonds
  6. Lyon formed a line of battle about 300 yards from the crest, with Totten's battery in the rear and nine companies of Boernstein's regiment on the right, under the command of Lieut. – The Struggle for Missouri by John McElroy
  7. On the other hand, as has also been shown in the preceding chapter, the error of the lunar cycle is one day in 300 years; so that at the end of every 300 years the full moons will fall one day earlier, for example, on the 11th of the month instead of the 12th. – Our Calendar by George Nichols Packer
  8. These 300, 000 livres formed part of the money which Bonaparte brought from Italy. – The Project Gutenberg Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte by Bourrienne, Constant, and Stewarton
  9. That would average $ 4, 300 in additional debt for every man, woman, child, and baby in our nation. – State of the Union Addresses of Ronald Reagan by Ronald Reagan
  10. The City of Bristol, fish- cutter of 300 tons, was a boat built for speed, long and narrow, sitting low on the water, with an upstanding forecastle forward, a small saloon in the stern, and a tiny cabin for the captain under the bridge on deck. – The Truants by A. E. W. (Alfred Edward Woodley) Mason
  11. Increasing the 300 families who had deaf children in the same ratio we have 1800 as compared with the 437 reported by the census. – Consanguineous Marriages in the American Population by George B. Louis Arner
  12. A few islands rose to heights of 300 or 400 feet in McMurdo Sound, and these had no snow on them worth speaking of even in the winter. – South with Scott by Edward R. G. R. Evans
  13. She lies in front of our camp, about 300 yards from the edge of the cliff, a considerable part of her still above water. – The Incomparable 29th and the "River Clyde" by George Davidson
  14. After the destruction of the place the river had formed a new bed, about 300 yards from the city. – How I Found Livingstone by Sir Henry M. Stanley
  15. 300. It seems that when a Freemason appeared likely to fall in with the scheme of Illuminism, he was soon allowed to know of the further system. – Secret Societies And Subversive Movements by Nesta H. Webster
  16. Haj Ibrahim does not think the whole of what all the Sheikhs together collect as presents, at the annual Ghat Souk, to be more than 250 or 300 dollars. – Travels in the Great Desert of Sahara, in the Years of 1845 and 1846 by James Richardson
  17. The Americans lost from 300 to 400 men, and seven pieces of cannon. – The History of the First West India Regiment by A. B. Ellis
  18. In an election A receives 500 votes; B, 400 votes; and C, 300 votes. – The Century Handbook of Writing by Garland Greever Easley S. Jones
  19. The natives made light of this threat, saying they looked on us as friends, and would come aboard in spite of the Dutch; and this day we bought 300 cattees of cloves in exchange for Cambaya cloth, and some sold for ready money. – A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, Vol. VIII. by Robert Kerr
  20. 300- 1. The deduction of the second and third analogies argues that the principles of causality and reciprocal action are involved respectively in the processes by which we become aware of successions and of coexistences in the world of nature. – Kant's Theory of Knowledge by Harold Arthur Prichard
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