from The Century Dictionary.
- Yearly; each year; returning every year; year by year.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adverb Yearly; year by year.
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- adverb Once every
yearwithout fail, yearly
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- adverb by the year; every year (usually with reference to a sum of money paid or received)
- adverb without missing a year
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The other four perish or are murdered on the way, so that the thirty thousand annually exported, as stated by Sir Bartle Frere, represents a loss of 150,000 human beings _annually_ from the east coast alone, altogether irrespective of the enormous and constant flow of slaves to the north by way of the White Nile and Egypt.
The supreme court shall hold at least one term annually at the seat of government, and at such other places as the legislature may provide.
The cricketer's bible, Wisden, however, still lists his name annually among the game's historic and shining "notables": "COLLINS Arthur Edward Jeune 18-8-1885 – 11.11.1914.
The current estimate of $100 billion (Rs 5 lakh crore) in mobile services annually is a drop in this ocean but it is not a number to be scoffed at, particularly since India is expected to lead the services revolution.
Obama receives higher bribes annually from the health care sector.
What about the 10+ pages Persnal Development Report (PDR) that must be filled in annually, and updated at 6 month intervals, with its list OPrwellian objectives;
Saving 15% for retirement annually is a good goal to shoot for.
Thousands of complaints pour in annually to the FBI and civilian groups about impostors flaunting store-bought medals. ...
The IPPF has received millions of dollars annually from the Conservative government and its predecessor Liberal governments since the mid-1980s.
They want to stop rebating the $16 billion annually from the stock transfer tax to Wall Street speculators; restore the progressive state income tax to levels from the 1970s; and raise $10 billion with a 50% bankers bonus tax.