periodical

[ peer-ee-od-i-kuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF periodical
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Here Pio Nono broke in with one of his periodical exclamations.

Because generally there is a periodical frost in the month of May, and it is coldest from the 11th to the 13th.

It must be, with such genius, tact and experience, all that a weekly periodical can be.

The projectors of this periodical were Mr. William Morris, Mr. Ed.

The use of a current periodical in class should be encouraged.

I have contributed largely to the periodical literature of the time.

In the first edition of your periodical, you invite criticism from its readers.

In 1832-3, he published a periodical, entitled, "Bennet's Glasgow Magazine."

Sam had been all day in one of his periodical fits of desperate industry.

Another cause of paralysis was the lack of periodical literature.

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