lustrums

[ luhs-truh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF lustrums
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LUSTRUMS

He had been gone three days, and, in their lapse, Theo felt as if three lustrums had passed.

Dost thou not envy that smirk young knave with his five lustrums, though it goes hard with him to purchase his kid-gloves?

They counted their ages and eras, which they inscribed in their books every twenty years, in lustrums of four years.

We who have lived fifteen lustrums have already witnessed the dissolution of our world.