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synonyms for millennia

  • happiness
  • paradise
  • prosperity
  • serenity
  • utopia
  • golden age
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How to use millennia in a sentence

All these peoples have changed greatly during past millennia both for better and worse, usually probably in the latter direction.
THE NEW STONE AGE IN NORTHERN EUROPEJOHN M. TYLER
It applies to every great migration of peoples extending over centuries or millennia.
THE NEW STONE AGE IN NORTHERN EUROPEJOHN M. TYLER
A few brief centuries or a few millennia, and again war would flame.
THE BLACK STAR PASSESJOHN W CAMPBELL
With a shuddering groan the great plug freed itself from the grip of millennia; turned a few inches in its hole.
ASTOUNDING STORIES, AUGUST, 1931VARIOUS
We've had to fight for our very lives every inch of the way, endure the setbacks lasting for centuries, millennia.
EIGHT KEYS TO EDENMARK IRVIN CLIFTON
Perhaps there was none in most of man's actions over the millennia.
WEST OF THE SUNEDGAR PANGBORN
This is probably a recapitulation of what was accomplished in the course of millennia in the history of the Amphibian race.
THE OUTLINE OF SCIENCE, VOL. 1 (OF 4)J. ARTHUR THOMSON
They knew Adventure and Excitement, and they had learned things that no member of their ancient race had known for millennia.
THE BLACK STAR PASSESJOHN W CAMPBELL
Its rhythms and periodicities and crises puzzle us because they originated under conditions which obtained untold millennia ago.
HERBERT SPENCERJ. ARTHUR THOMSON
There was no real talking to these peasants; too many millennia lay between, and you couldn't shout across that gulf.
THE CHAPTER ENDSPOUL WILLIAM ANDERSON
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