[ UK /ˈɒlmɐnˌæk/ ]
[ US /ˈɑɫməˌnæk/ ]
[ US /ˈɑɫməˌnæk/ ]
- an annual publication including weather forecasts and other miscellaneous information arranged according to the calendar of a given year
- an annual publication containing tabular information in a particular field or fields arranged according to the calendar of a given year
How To Use almanac In A Sentence
- I could look it up in the almanac, of course, but that's not the point - I should jolly well know.
- The print revolution undoubtedly had an important impact on folk culture, through, for example, the mass printing of chapbooks, ballads, almanacs, and cheap abbreviated novels, not to mention religious literature.
- For 25 years, sourdoughs, cheechakos, travelers, students and writers have trusted The Alaska Almanac to provide facts on many things Alaskan.
- It looked gre, I thought that, are you happy with the, uh, almanac insert?
- Wisden owned a sporting goods and tobacconist shop in London's Leicester Square and in 1864 he brought out the first edition of his cricketers' almanac, which has been published every year since.
- Among his library are almanacs and registers dating back to the 1800s, including Peter Henderson's 1887, Gardening for Profit, a series of sage advice penned over 100 years ago.
- Almanac (1676) and we find it alluded to in Boccaccio, the classical sedile which according to scoffers has formed the papal chair (a curule seat) ever since the days of Pope Joan, when it has been held advisable for one of the Cardinals to ascertain that His The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
- One requires a fair amount of information to utilize an astrocompass properly, including the time, date, and longitudinal and latitudinal location, as well as an astronomical chart such as a nautical almanac.
- As foreshadowed above, many settlers and explorers would buy an annual almanac, containing notes of what was to be expected in the forthcoming year.
- Thirteen months of twenty days gave a cycle of 260 days that formed the core of the Maya almanac.