centenary[ sen-ten-uh-ree, sen-tn-er-ee; especially British sen-tee-nuh-ree ]SEE DEFINITION OF centenary
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CENTENARY
It so happened that we were at Frankfort on the centenary of Goethe's death.
Speech delivered on the Centenary of his birth, February 12, 1909.
In 1916, the centenary of his birth was celebrated in Port Louis.
Never surely was there such a gathering in Herrnhut as on that Centenary Day.
We cannot, therefore, as yet fix upon the objects of our Centenary Offering.
I am not worrying about my centenary; I am worrying about next quarter-day.
We are approaching the centenary of the fall of the Bastile.
A large number assembled to celebrate the centenary of Cook's death.
Franklins statue was set up there in 1906, for his centenary.
From the pulpit which had been his, the centenary tribute to his memory was delivered.