Obama knows that the last dark years under Bush have been about the long postponed millennium.
There are more than a half million fewer auto industry workers than there were at the beginning of the millennium.
From 2002 to 2006, he was director of the U.N. millennium Project.
Fashion rebounded from the storm and rounded out the millennium on a high note.
This is not on the scale of Enron, WorldCom, Tyco, and the other poster companies for new millennium corporate disasters.
For generations now, since the signs have pointed to the millennium, have the daughters of the house been kept unwedded.
When that millennium comes Somerset will be a paradise for the people.
Ah, thou canst not imagine it: thou hast thy groceries safe in the shops, and little or no hope of a millennium ever coming!
Social ostracism will continue to exist till the millennium.
millennium: a period when all government will be free from wickedness.
1630s, from Modern Latin millennium, from Latin mille "thousand" (see million) + annus "year" (see annual); formed on analogy of biennium, triennium, etc. For vowel change, see biennial. First in English in sense of "1,000-year period of Christ's anticipated rule on Earth" (Rev. xx:1-5). Sense of "any 1,000-year period" first recorded 1711. Meaning "the year 2000" attested from 1970.
A period of a thousand years foretold in the Book of Revelation. During the millennium, those who have been faithful to Jesus and who have not worshiped the Antichrist will reign with Jesus over the Earth. According to the Book of Revelation, the millennium will precede the final battle for control of the universe; Judgment Day will come afterward.
Note: The meaning of the Bible's words about the millennium has been much debated by Christians. Prophecies about the millennium are part of the basic doctrine of several denominations, including Jehovah's Witnesses.
Note: Figuratively, a “millennium” is a period of great justice and happiness on Earth.