After every quadrennial vice-presidential audition, another cautionary guideline emerges.
This quadrennial “running of the mulls” almost makes you feel sorry for Barack Obama and Mitt Romney.
Who came up the shortest in the Capitol's quadrennial reshuffling?
This is exactly when and how these quadrennial Democratic cluster-you-know-whats start.
When he floated his quadrennial idea three months ago, I assumed it was more of the same.
Abolition candidates for the presidency began to be heard of and to be voted for at every quadrennial election.
The quadrennial elections of 1905 found all the liberal groups united in a combined assault upon the Christian Coalition.
Agitation of the negro question became bad form in the North, except for quadrennial political purposes.
The quadrennial election of Chief Magistrate has passed off with less than the usual excitement.
quadrennial, kwod-ren′yal, adj. comprising four years: once in four years.