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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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Noun- A 150th anniversary.

Usage examples (38)
  • The war belongs to all Americans, and the sesquicentennial is a good time to learn something about it.
  • Their experiences are compelling beyond measure, and the sesquicentennial should be a time to remember them.
  • (It will also familiarize many people for the first time with the word "sesquicentennial," for a 150th birthday.)
  • Say it slowly, "sesquicentennial," and it should start to come naturally. for more
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