A decade ago, this would have been a distinction without a difference.
A decade after Gilbert divorced him, Cooper is now married to a Canadian diplomat named Béatrice Maillé.
More than a decade after she left her mother behind in Saigon, Carina returned to Vietnam to help bring her parents to America.
In the decade since that report appeared, Monaco has tried to appease the international community by tightening regulations.
After all, the House GOP did a bang-up job of controlling spending when they had unified control of Washington, just a decade ago.
This note will have been written perhaps a decade before 1826, in which year the Memoirs of Bbur was published, after long delay.
A race is not developed in an hour or a decade or a generation.
For a decade and more Pike County colored American literature.
The difference between us now is merely a matter of a decade or two.
She had a firm little nose and chin, and was garbed in black silk garments of a fashion evidently dating back a decade.
mid-15c., "ten parts" (of anything; originally in reference to the books of Livy), from Middle French décade (14c.), from Late Latin decadem (nominative decas), from Greek dekas (genitive dekados) "group of ten," from deka "ten" (see ten). Meaning "period of ten years" is 1590s in English.