almanac[ awl-muh-nak ]SEE DEFINITION OF almanac
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ALMANAC
He should bring an almanac with him to know when the days go by.
He showed me an almanac, which had a great circulation in the district.
I must positively get an almanac, papa, or I shall make confusion in my dates.
I could as soon compose an almanac as and a clue to this puzzle.
He took the Almanac from Timothy Turtle and they both sat down.
Citoyenne, just cast your eye over your almanac, and you'll get the hang of it.
In 1788 a ballad in an almanac brought the custom into popular ridicule.
Malkiel the First, who founded the Almanac, lay perdew all his life.
Well, but how are you sure that—ahem—the Almanac person is also plural, Sir Tiglath?
The last fact to know at this time about the Almanac is found on pages 94-95.