1770s

NOUN
  1. the decade from 1770 to 1779
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How To Use 1770s In A Sentence

  • Partially lifted in the 1760s, controls were reimposed in the early 1770s and then lifted again in 1775.
  • The word totem, from the Native American Ojibway language, was noted in the early 1770s ina North American traveler's report. Totem
  • The first priest to officiate at a service in the church since the 1770s, he led the prayers at annual graveyard Mass for the assembly of over 300 people.
  • In the 1770s, after considerable debate about the most efficient and reliable ways of determining the specific gravity of liquors, the hydrometer was considered better than the ordinary balance.
  • In the 1770s he began composing symphonies, concertos, operas and theater music.
  • In the 1770s he began composing symphonies, concertos, operas and theater music.
  • Throughout the 1770s, nevertheless, dramatic works took second place to liturgical demands, including mass settings of increasing intensity, litanies, vespers, and a series of church sonatas.
  • He stunned Parliament as a young MP in the 1770s with his extemporary oratory and dandyish clothes. My hero: Charles James Fox
  • Breeches and waistcoats became more important in their uniformity as more of them was revealed by the turning back of coat skirts, and long gaiters began to be worn, only to be shortened by the 1770s.
  • Taking the radical course of speaking to the topic of this posting, I note that the Union Oyster House in Boston not only serves local cuisine, but was also used in the early 1770s by the printer Isaiah Thomas as a printshop. A reader requests . . .
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