era

[ eer-uh, er-uh ]SEE DEFINITION OF era

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ERA

After a period of confrontation, we are entering an era of negotiation.

Many of the fighting nations have lapsed back into the pre-Jonah era.

What did they do with their greasy blandishments, before the era of cheap photography?

The wealth of India was proverbial long before the Christian era.

An era of railroad speculation was then inaugurated, which ended with the crisis of 1873.

“The era of religious influence closes in bankruptcy,” he informs us.

Describe the life of each of the three periods of the Palozoic era.

Looked at in perspective, and in his era, it is clear how great a man he was.

The era of steam began, and this state of things passed away.

We are entering an era of merely useful people; and these will be the best.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ERA

period

nounextent of time
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