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forte

  • pianissimo, pianissimo assai, piano.
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Nineteenth

Antonyms of NINETEENTH
Examples of usage:
  1. But see for yourselves, whether it is not at least more true than false; whether the ideas, the discoveries, of which we boast most in the nineteenth century, are not really due to the end of the eighteenth. - "The Ancien Regime" by Charles Kingsley
  2. The nineteenth century has changed all this; the small and close college of pre- Commission days has become one of the largest and most intellectual in the University; but Winchester men in their Oxford college fully hold their own in every way against the scholars from the world outside, who are now admitted to share with them the advantages of Wykeham's foundation. - "The Charm of Oxford" by J. Wells
  3. Even for the nineteenth century it is the most startling. - "Natural Law in the Spiritual World" by Henry Drummond
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