'Ordinally' Speaking

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Can you name the phrases, titles or idioms that contain an ordinal number?

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HintOrdinal Number Phrase
Michelle Obama, Laura Bush, or Eleanor Roosevelt, for instance
Previously used by another; or on a clock, the piece that takes one minute to make a full rotation
Idiom used by a person who feels unwelcome or unnecessary in a group
Term for the tradition of 'taking a break' during one of the innings in a Major League baseball game
1996 comedy film starring Diane Keaton, Goldie Hawn, & Bette Midler as women seeking revenge on their husbands for leaving them for younger women
Expression meaning the latest possible time when it is nearly too late; also used to describe the final moments of a given event
Power of perception, or keen intuition; also (with 'The') a movie starring Bruce Willis & Haley Joel Osment
Nazi Party's regime in Germany from 1933 to 1945 under Adolf Hitler
If you don't like the diagnosis your doctor gave you, go to another doctor and get this
Abbott & Costello's famous comedy routine discussing guys on a baseball team
Major thoroughfare in the center of Manhattan in New York lined with prestigious shops such as Saks and Tiffany & Co.
Extremely close-fitting or tight clothing is referred to as fitting like this
There is length, area, and volume, but time is often referred to as the ______ ______
Tobacco product that is inhaled unintentionally by someone else
Premier published copies of a literary work, printed from the same type and distributed at the same time
Steven Spielberg's 1977 Sci-Fi film starring Richard Dreyfuss
State of great joy and satisfaction; or a television drama starring Stephen Collins
HintOrdinal Number Phrase
Intense interrogation; or a burn so severe that the damage has resulted in skin death
What a defendant can do if they do not wish to testify against themselves
In sports, players who are available to replace those who start a game
Major American film studio founded in 1935 with releases such as Avatar, Star Wars, X-Men, etc.
Basic emergency care given to a sick or injured person until full medical treatment is available
Renewed energy or strength to continue an undertaking after being sleepy or exhausted
Acquired habit or tendency in one's character that is so deeply ingrained as to appear automatic or innate
Particular day of the week and day of the month combination some consider unlucky; also, a horror movie franchise featuring Jason
Guarantees freedom of religion, speech, press, etc. in the U.S. Bill of Rights
One who serves in a subordinate capacity or plays a secondary role
Level of a multi-level building that is often omitted due to superstitions that the number is unlucky
Students at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry who are new to the school and in the beginning level classes
Shakespeare's comedy involving twins and mistaken identity
Term sometimes used to describe underdeveloped nations, especially those with widespread poverty
Something of the best quality; or mail that includes letters and postcards
Game show hosted by Jeff Foxworthy featuring elementary school children
Sitcom with John Lithgow in which aliens, disguised as humans, are sent to experience life on Earth

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