1890s

NOUN
  1. the decade from 1890 to 1899
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How To Use 1890s In A Sentence

  • In the 1890s, women some women found they could cast off their impractical and uncomfortable clothing in favour of pantaloons.
  • By the 1890s, they had installed steam power in order to boost the power from the Frome.
  • Sitting in her work space, the "hayloft" of her home - a converted 1890s barn - Peach Carr, a chicagotribune.com -
  • In fact, the first corpulent words were "porky" in the 1860's; "jumbo" in the 1880's; and "butterball" in the 1890s. Janice Taylor: Fat In America: "Hey, FATSO!"
  • Football coupon betting spread in the 1890s and Manchester's Athletic News, a football weekly, was selling 180,000 copies by 1896.
  • The cancan, that high kicking, exuberant dance of showgirls, originated in Le Moulin Rouge during the 1890s.
  • The cancan, that high kicking, exuberant dance of showgirls, originated in Le Moulin Rouge during the 1890s.
  • Until the 1890s, the garden was reserved for the exclusive use of either the monarch or selected courtiers.
  • Signac's pastorals indicate that in the 1890s the Latin heritage so closely allied to the Midi could have associations other than with the political right, and Signac made these other correlations palpable in his art.
  • By the mid-1890s, such rhythms were being applied to both the standard form of the march and to the song form.
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