epoch

[ ep-uhk or, esp. British, ee-pok ]SEE DEFINITION OF epoch

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EPOCH

The mail, at this epoch, was very different from what it is at present.

No epoch of time can claim a copyright in these immortal fables.

But in this country and at this epoch this is exactly what it has not got.

But at that epoch I did not admire anything belonging to the Germans.

With this, the second epoch of the history of Freeland may be regarded as closed.

In a word, at this epoch Christianity was not only a religion but a Church.

Since that epoch, all the titularies of this position have borne the title of Go-Chi.

At this epoch, Buddhism had taken deep root in this country.

Will they forego the facts of an epoch, for the orthography of a syllable?

Most surely she had dreamed of nights like this at an epoch which she could not recall.

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