[fifth-lee] /ˈfɪfθ li/
in the fifth place; fifth.
noun 1. the fifth and final monarchy following the Assyrian, Persian, Greek (under Alexander the Great), and Roman monarchies, supposed to have been prophesied in Dan. 2.
noun, English History. 1. (during the Commonwealth in the 17th century) a militant sect of Puritans who identified the fifth monarchy with the millennial reign of Christ and who believed they should help to inaugurate that reign by force.
- Fifth normal form
noun, Ballet. 1. a position similar to the first position, but with one foot in front, the heel and toe of the front foot adjacent to the toe and heel of the back foot. noun a position of the left hand (for a right-hander) on the fingerboard of a stringed instrument near the bridge Usage […]