Definition of Centennials

1. Noun. (plural of centennial) ¹



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Definition of Centennials

1. centennial [n] - See also: centennial

Lexicographical Neighbors of Centennials

centauroids
centaurs
centaury
centavo
centavos
centchroman
centenar
centenarian
centenarians
centenaries
centenary
centenier
centenionalis
centennial
centennially
centennials
center
center(a)
center-board
center-boards
center-of-gravity
center back
center bit
center circle
center field
center fielder
center fielders
center forward
center line
center mark

Literary usage of Centennials

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. History of Wachovia in North Carolina: The Unitas Fratrum Or Moravian Church by John Henry Clewell (1902)
"... CHAPTER XXXII TWO Centennials IN 1900 the Salem church building attained an age of one hundred years. It was decided to celebrate this event in a ..."

2. Men and Events of Half a Century by Frederick T. Wallace (1882)
"THE YEAR OF Centennials. ' 1 ^HIS year of 1874 marks a centennial period which -*• awakens wonderful historical memories not to be surpassed, ..."

3. Editorial Echoes by William Morton Payne (1902)
"TWO Centennials. IN the Autumn of 1901, a famous New England institution of learning celebrated, with ceremonies at once brilliant and dignified, ..."

4. American Orators and Oratory: Comprising Biographical Sketches of the by C. M. Whitman (1883)
"When you had the Centennials at Concord, and Lexington, and Bunker Hill, last year, when men who went from the South to Massachusetts were received there ..."

5. Sermon, Proceedings and Addresses in Commemoration of the Fiftieth by Mass First Church and Society (Leicester (1862)
"... SEMI-Centennials. ORDINATION. . . . GOLDEN WEDDING. THE Fiftieth Anniversaries of the ... Centennials."

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