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sexcentenary Line breaks: sex|cen¦ten|ary
Pronunciation: /ˌsɛk(s)sɛnˈtiːn(ə)ri/

Definition of sexcentenary in English:

noun (plural sexcentenaries)

The six-hundredth anniversary of a significant event.
Example sentences
  • This tribute to Zheng He, master mariner of the Ming dynasty (1368-1644), is merely one frisson in the flurry of activities organised for the sexcentenary.


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Relating to a six-hundredth anniversary.

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