ninety-four ninety-four


  • (adj) being four more than ninety



  1. Senator Obama voted ninety-four times for higher taxes.
  2. With his economic credentials called into question so frequently, Mike Huckabee has a ready answer, as he did this morning on Fox News Business: I cut taxes ninety-four times.
  3. Nineteen ninety-four was a mere beginning.



  1. "A few years ago we did an assessment," Harris said. "I asked someone to figure out for me who were our homicide victims who were under the age of 25. Ninety-four percent, it turns out, were high school dropouts."
    on Apr 26, 2010 By: Kamala Harris Source: 89.3 KPCC

  2. "Okosun is a terrific athlete who runs the floor extremely well and plays ninety-four feet," Gonzalez said. "He is a quick big man with great discipline and tremendous upside. He'll be a very important player for us in the future due to our...
    on Nov 17, 2006 By: Bobby Gonzalez Source: SHU Pirates

  3. "Ninety-four times he has voted to raise taxes or to prevent a tax decrease," Romney said.
    on Aug 26, 2008 By: Mitt Romney Source:

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