Dozen in a sentence as a noun

Still managed to get a few dozen AWS keys though.

Taxi drivers here regularly have half a dozen cell phones in their cars.

It shouldve been picking up at least a dozen a day, so maybe there was something wrong with the report.

I shouldn't have to stare at a loading screen to read a half-dozen paragraphs of text, that's just stupid.

People who can code in the world of technology companies are a dime a dozen and get no respect.

You have to go up the correct escalator and down the correct staircase; there are perhaps a dozen to choose from.

Dozen in a sentence as an adjective

Also, remember that the United States is bound by treaty to defend more than two dozen nations.

I'm not saying that lightly, I worked for a dozen startups, a couple of which crashed hard in the most gut wrenchingly painful way you could imagine.

Always annoying but often right as he would take what was proposed, extrapolate two, three, or a half dozen steps and then point out the now 'obvious' flaw.

If you drive a circle around the mall these days, the parking lot outside of the Walmart is packed to the gills, there are maybe 2 dozen cars in any other lot at the mall combined.

Before starting you must consult with at least a dozen people who know very little about Android and succinctly describe the capabilities of the smartphone and what sorts of applications are even possible.

Dozen definitions


the cardinal number that is the sum of eleven and one

See also: twelve


denoting a quantity consisting of 12 items or units

See also: twelve