Usage examples for nine

  1. " Nearly nine o'clock, miss. – The Wheel O' Fortune by Louis Tracy
  2. I am exactly thirty- nine years old, and as you know everything else, you ought to know that!" – A Woman Named Smith by Marie Conway Oemler
  3. Do you know I have not seen you for nine months? – The Major by Ralph Connor
  4. It was nine o'clock before we started on our journey in the morning. – In Indian Mexico (1908) by Frederick Starr
  5. I looked at my watch and found it was not yet nine o'clock. – The Harbor by Ernest Poole
  6. I am twenty- four, so he of course is thirty- nine. – At Fault by Kate Chopin
  7. Nine to ten of a morning; seven to nine of an evening. – In the Mayor's Parlour by J. S. (Joseph Smith) Fletcher
  8. Let me see; you had supper last night at half- past nine, did you not? – The Star-Gazers by George Manville Fenn
  9. Well, you haven't been about much for the last nine or ten years, that's a fact. – Annie Kilburn A Novel by W. D. Howells
  10. Well, as near as we could make out, after siftin' out Scotty's cuss- words an' gettin' down to hard- rock, Scotty was shot 'bout eight or nine o'clock in the evenin'. – Paradise Bend by William Patterson White
  11. He told me that supper would be ready at nine o'clock. – The Memoires of Casanova, Complete The Rare Unabridged London Edition Of 1894, plus An Unpublished Chapter of History, By Arthur Symons by Jacques Casanova de Seingalt
  12. Breakfast over at nine. – The Garden of Eden by Max Brand
  13. Q. Did he tell you where the nine lived? – Witchcraft of New England Explained by Modern Spiritualism by Allen Putnam
  14. " Half- past nine," he said. – Madeline Payne, the Detective's Daughter by Lawrence L. Lynch
  15. Nine times it turned, and stopped. – The Amazing Interlude by Mary Roberts Rinehart
  16. The ball was on Canton's thirty- nine yard line and Canton's first down. – Over the Line by Harold M. Sherman
  17. I send him nine hundred dollars your money. – Ma Pettengill by Harry Leon Wilson
  18. I shall see you before nine- thirty, I hope. – The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde
  19. Hand positions, the same as at the finish of step nine, left up. – The Highland Fling and How to Teach it. by Horatio N. Grant
  20. " And as for the supper-" " We shall not require it till nine o'clock at the earliest." – A Chair on The Boulevard by Leonard Merrick