quatercentenary

IPA: kwˈɑtɝsˈɛntɪnɛri

noun

  • A four-hundredth anniversary

Examples of "quatercentenary" in Sentences

  • Preparations for the quatercentenary of the school were extensive.
  • That sounds like an oxymoron, but it's actually a quatercentenary.
  • This is the quatercentenary of Shakespeare's Antony and Cleopatra!
  • It was created to mark Shakespeare's quatercentenary and broadly follows the plot of his A Midsummer Night's Dream.
  • Buchanan's quatercentenary was celebrated at different centres in Scotland in 1906, and was the occasion of several encomia and studies.
  • Magnificat, the excellent early-music ensemble led by Warren Stewart, is one of many organizations marking this notable quatercentenary this season.
  • The College celebrated, in 1911, its quatercentenary in an appropriate way, by publishing its register in full, with a group of most interesting monographs on various aspects of the College history.
  • Last week, I wrote about the quatercentenary of the King James Bible, regretting that none of the great literary festivals had plans for a public reading of this astonishing monument of English prose.
  • The year 1926 is therefore the tercentenary of the publication of Deane's "Spadacrene Anglica," and Stanhope's "News out of Yorkshire," and may also be regarded as the quatercentenary of the birth of Mr. William Slingsby.

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