from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A tercentenary.
- adj. Tercentenary.
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- n. The three-hundredth anniversary of an event; tricentennial.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as tercentenary.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the 300th anniversary (or the celebration of it)
Flash forward to December 2076, America's tercentennial sometimes called tricentennial year.
While the rest of the world did retrospectives of the last decade in January, Capital Weather Gang took a bold look ahead to what the District might be like in 2076, America's tercentennial.
The last month of our tercentennial year rolled in quietly, with little sign of any real winter weather.
In addition to the Trinity Institute's "New Ways of Knowing" project, the church will celebrate its tercentennial year with a series of concerts, the creation of a time capsule to be buried in the church yard for the next 100 years, and the production of an oral history video featuring Trinity's parishioners.
I again heartily commend to your favorable consideration the tercentennial celebration at Jamestown, Va.
"No, sir; he has gone to Dublin to attend the tercentennial celebration there."
Sarabjit Pandher CHANDIGARH: Culmination of two separate "Khalsa" marches marked the beginning of the three-day event to commemorate the tercentennial of an important event in history, when the legendary warrior Baba Banda ...
In 1969, in Amsterdam, my parents insisted on dragging me to a huge Rembrandt tercentennial exhibition where the punters were almost tearing chunks out of each other, so keen were they to get inside the Rijksmuseum.
This year's Frostival also would have marked the end of Killingly's yearlong tercentennial celebration.
The World Fellows Program launched eight years ago, at Yale's tercentennial, as part of the University's effort to raise its international profile.