1. of or relating to or completing a period of 300 years
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How To Use tricentennial In A Sentence

  • In the 1980s the Rembrandt Research Project, founded during the Rembrandt tricentennial celebrations of 1969, became the most public of art historical endeavors.
  • The collection ends with mock front pages imagining the paper's distant past and future, including a news flash from its "tricentennial" year of 2056, "Grave Robbers Pry Valuable Rifle From Charlton Heston's Cold, Dead Hands. NYT > Home Page
  • It seemed as if I was celebrating Bach's tricentennial for several years. Philocrites: Happy birthday, Bach!
  • The newly re-created Amber Room opened to the public in June 2003 for the tricentennial celebration of St. Petersburg (formerly Leningrad).
  • I see the constitution as a call to character, and would like to let it have another century of empiric effect, so we might assess its worth in 2106, sometime following the tricentennial. Balkinization
  • Flash forward to December 2076, America's tercentennial sometimes called tricentennial year. Washington D.C. weather in the year 2076
  • We have a long road ahead of us, but think of what could be here at Hakalau Forest for the Refuge System's tricentennial celebration!
  • Unfortunately, a hard copy is pretty expensive on the tricentennial store website ($40). Missed the Ceremony...Great Poster Though
  • I predict New Orleans will have a triumphant tricentennial 2018, if memory serves; and I plan to celebrate it as a proud resident. Your Right Hand Thief
  • To top it all off, KBYU offered donors a ceramic and brass lapel pin celebrating the tricentennial in 1985, and I wore mine proudly. Philocrites: Happy birthday, Bach!
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