[f_ˈɪ_f_t_ɪ], [fˈɪftɪ], [fˈɪftɪ]
Definitions of fifty

the cardinal number that is the product of ten and five

a United States bill worth 50 dollars

Five times ten; as, fifty men.

The sum of five tens; fifty units or objects.

A symbol representing fifty units, as 50, or l.

Consisting of five times ten.

The number which amounts to five times ten, or forty nine and one; the sign representing it, as 50 or 1.

Five tens or five times ten.

Five times ten.

Consisting of ten more than forty or five times ten.

The sum of ten and forty; five times ten.

The symbols representing this number.
Usage examples for fifty

How strange it must be, said the girl, fifty years old! – An OpenEyed ConspiracyAn Idyl of Saratoga by William Dean Howells

Of all times of all days of all his fifty six years of life, now? – Martyr by Alan Edward Nourse

" Why, I am fifty years old now, and yet I am young! – Umboo, the Elephant by Howard R. Garis

John Mackenzie, worth twenty thousand, or fifty thousand sheep. – The Flockmaster of Poison Creek by George W. Ogden

It was while at work upon this that Verrocchio died, at the age of fifty three. – A Wanderer in Florence by E. V. Lucas

Five thousand, fifty thousand, my dear! – At Love's Cost by Charles Garvice

He was not yet an old man, being then about fifty five; but he was a very rich man. – The Bertrams by Anthony Trollope

Shall I make it out for a hundred and fifty dollars? – The Clock Strikes Thirteen by Mildred A. Wirt

I know a way to get two hundred and fifty dollars and that's more money than we'd ever make in this old place. – Peewee Harris by Percy Keese Fitzhugh

I'm to have a hundred and fifty from the office; and I should be ready to marry on that to morrow." – The Claverings by Anthony Trollope

Why not say fifty? – Six Plays by Florence Henrietta Darwin

That is to say, fifty times what he'd put in for. – And All the Earth a Grave by Carroll M. Capps (AKA C.C. MacApp)

Perhaps I can raise fifty dollars more to morrow morning. – Concerning Sally by William John Hopkins

I shall buy me better out of his fifty pistoles. – Helmet of Navarre by Bertha Runkle

You see interest on a thousand is only fifty dollars a year, and that That's nonsense! – Undertow by Kathleen Norris

I've been an 'agin er' for fifty years. – Counsel for the Defense by Leroy Scott

The first six miles had taken me nearly fifty minutes. – Over Prairie Trails by Frederick Philip Grove

He was without a hat, and his eyes looked fifty ways at once. – In the Bishop's Carriage by Miriam Michelson