adjective Also biyearly (for defs. 1, 2).
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words often confused with biennial
OTHER WORDS FROM biennialbi·en·ni·al·ly, adverb
Words nearby biennial
Example sentences from the Web for biennial
Efforts to elect new LGBTQ members of Congress are underscored by the recent release of the Human Rights Campaign’s biennial congressional scorecard, for which a record number of 228 members of Congress earned a perfect “100” score.Efforts to expand, diversify LGBTQ caucus in Congress a key mission for 2020|Chris Johnson|October 14, 2020|Washington Blade
Those are results of the biennial Chicago Council on Global Affairs survey of public opinion on foreign policy (PDF).
At the Biennial, only a very few artworks escape to stand on their own.
She had similar fears when 2010 Biennial curators Bonami and Gary Carrion-Murayari came calling last year.
Famous in history by the biennial meetings of the Blackmailers' Club.The Roycroft Dictionary|Elbert Hubbard
Endive, en′div, n. an annual or biennial plant of the same genus as chicory, used as a salad.
In 1877 the constitution was amended by providing for biennial, instead of annual, sessions of the legislature.The History of Minnesota and Tales of the Frontier|Charles E. Flandrau
In its natural state, this is a perennial plant; but, when cultivated, it is generally treated as an annual or as a biennial.The Field and Garden Vegetables of America|Fearing Burr
In South Carolina they are biennial—as is proposed in the federal government.The Federalist Papers|Alexander Hamilton, John Jay, and James Madison