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The term late-fourteenth is the 1.304.833th most common word in the English language and appears 5 times in lexicon. The part of speech is adjective. There follow reference sentences of the term in full sentences: "In the letter, the Marqués mentions Macías as a contemporary of two late-fourteenth century poets, Basco Pérez de Camoes and Ferrant Casquiçio, whose lives are better documented."¹ "Libeaus Desconus is a late-fourteenth century Middle English poem of around 2200 lines (the exact number of lines varies amongst the six manuscripts)."² "This, in turn, would have contributed to the late-fourteenth century flowering of English literature, represented by writers such as Geoffrey Chaucer and John Gower."³ Rotated its written htneetruof-etal. The according MD5 checksum is d606cd1c2214c3db59c3133bf3b77c01 and the SHA1 sum is c22cf4793588e76326d4abcf0a4b02bfc42905d6.

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word name: late-fourteenth

part of speech: adjective

typical right word neighbours: century

The named concepts have an equal word beginning:

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