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See definition of millenary on Dictionary.com
  • as inthousand
  • as inthousand

synonyms for millenary

  • millenarian
  • chiliadal
  • chiliastic
  • millennial
  • millesimal
See also synonyms for: millenaries
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How to use millenary in a sentence

The Millenary Petition asked only some changes in the ritual of the Church and certain moderate reforms.
AN OUTLINE OF THE RELATIONS BETWEEN ENGLAND AND SCOTLAND (500-1707)ROBERT S. RAIT
Many legends illustrate the incapacity of the first millenary to realise the relationship between the sexes in any other sense.
THE EVOLUTION OF LOVEEMIL LUCKA
At Hertford, a pageant began in commemoration of the millenary of the town.
THE ANNUAL REGISTER 1914ANONYMOUS
Least of all is any mysterious virtue to be attached to the millenary date with which I begin.
THE ANCIENT EASTD. G. HOGARH
The fourth is the Jaik or Rhymnus, on each bank of which a millenary commands.
A GENERAL HISTORY AND COLLECTION OF VOYAGES AND TRAVELS, VOL. IROBERT KERR
In the Millenary year he presented a magnificent silver-mounted horn to the Mayor and Corporation, as guardians of the city.
THE STRAND MAGAZINE, VOLUME V, ISSUE 25, JANUARY 1893VARIOUS
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO MILLENARY

  • chiliadal
  • chiliastic
  • millenarian
  • millenary
  • millennial
  • millesimal
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