Annual in a sentence

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Definition of Annual

  • Of or pertaining to a year; returning every year; coming or happening once in the year; yearly.
  • Performed or accomplished in a year; reckoned by the year; as, the annual motion of the earth.
  • Lasting or continuing only one year or one growing season; requiring to be renewed every year; as, an annual plant; annual tickets.
  • A thing happening or returning yearly; esp. a literary work published once a year.
  • Anything, especially a plant, that lasts but one year or season; an annual plant.
  • A Mass for a deceased person or for some special object, said daily for a year or on the anniversary day.
  • a reference book that is published regularly once every year
  • (botany) a plant that completes its entire life cycle within the space of a year
  • completing its life cycle within a year

How to use annual in a sentence. Annual pronunciation.

The annual membership fee is $2.50.
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Publications of the first year may be secured by members for $2.50, the annual membership rate.
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He wrote side by side with Turgenev and Tolstoi, and could not escape the annual comparison in production.
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Bishop Bowman gives the following instance from his own experience: "In the Fall of 1858, whilst visiting Indiana, I was at an annual conference where Bishop Janes presided.
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Chapter 46 Enchantments and Enchanters THE largest annual event in New Orleans is a something which we arrived too late to sample-the Mardi-Gras festivities.
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We understand that our more enterprising contemporaries have no intention of allowing this question to remain unanswered, and the wildest rumours are afloat as to the nature of the gifts which will be offered next year to annual subscribers by various British journals.
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First, he was obliged to acknowledge that he had unjustly judged Mademoiselle d'Estrelles, and that at the moment of his accusing her of speculating on his small fortune, she was offering to sacrifice for him the annual seven hundred thousand francs of the General.
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The long months which intervened between the annual apparition of Camors at Reuilly, filled up by Madame de Tecle with a single idea and by the sweet monotony of a regular life, passed more rapidly than the Count could have imagined.
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It was soon discovered that, without taking into consideration the average annual advantages which would necessarily spring from their new connection, the profits which must accrue upon the present expedition alone had already doubled the capital of the island.
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In 1746 and 1749 Ingham presented to the Moravians the ground on which the Chapel and two other houses stood, but for the rest they paid him an annual rent.
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See First Annual Report of Bureau of Ethnology, 1879-'80; 1881, Pl.
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It is an annual, but it grows so rapidly that by midsummer it is already several feet high.
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Like many Kentish folk her family had gone out regularly, glad to earn a little money, but especially regarding the annual outing, looked forward to for months, as the best of holidays.
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Thus things stood until November, when a letter appeared in the New York "Courier and Inquirer," stating that President Jackson, in his forthcoming first annual message to Congress, would come out strongly against the Bank itself.
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On December 4 in his annual message he called the attention of Congress to the opposition to the revenue laws and intimated that he should enforce them.
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Immediately after the examinations it was announced that the entire school would march to a place called Brierroot Grove, where they would go into their annual encampment for two weeks.
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Having remarked that in the annual revolution, the renewal and periodical appearance of terrestrial productions were constantly associated with the rising and setting of certain stars, and to their position as relative to the sun, the fundamental term of all comparison, the mind by a natural operation connected in thought these terrestrial and celestial objects, which were connected in fact; and applying to them a common sign, it gave to the stars, and their groups, the names of the terrestrial objects to which they answered.
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Having remarked that all the operations of nature during the annual period were reducible to two principal ones, that of producing and that of destroying; that on the greater part of the globe these two operations were performed in the intervals of the two equinoxes; that is to say, during the six months of summer every thing was procreating and multiplying, and that during winter everything languished and almost died; they supposed in Nature two contrary powers, which were in a continual state of contention and exertion; and considering the celestial sphere in this view, they divided the images which they figured upon it into two halves or hemispheres; so that the constellations which were on the summer heaven formed a direct and superior empire; and those which were on the winter heaven composed an antipode and inferior empire.
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These expressions, wholly equivocal and badly explained, having received an absolute and moral, instead of a physical and astrological sense, it happened that the annual world was taken for the secular world, the thousand of the zodiacal divisions, for a thousand of years; and supposing, from the state of things, that they lived in the age of evil, they inferred that it would end with the six thousand pretended years.
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The Ecliptic, a great circle of the sphere, (shown on the preceding map by two parallel lines), is supposed to be drawn through the middle of the Zodiac, cutting the Equator at two points, (called the Equinoctial points), at an angle with the equinoctial of 23 degrees 28 minutes, (the sun's greatest declination), and is the path which the earth is supposed to describe amidst the fixed stars in performing its annual circuit around the sun.
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Examples of Annual

Example #1
Membership in the Augustan Reprint Society entitles the subscriber to six publications issued each year.
Example #2
Address subscriptions and communications to the Augustan Reprint Society, in care of one of the General Editors.
Example #3
A limited supply of back numbers is still available.
Example #4
Back Numbers A limited supply of back numbers is still available.
Example #5
Indeed, he was always measuring himself with these two men, and they were never long out of his mind.
Example #6
No doubt Dostoevski realised the sad inequalities of his work, and the great blunders due to haste in composition.