Origin of centesimal
Related formscen·tes·i·mal·ly, adverb
Examples from the Web for centesimal
Table showing the centesimal proportion of crime in relation to education in the under-mentioned years.
Its usefulness arises from its decimal or centesimal division, and the fact that 10 square chains make an acre.
On account of the solar equation S, the epact J must be diminished by unity every centesimal year, excepting always the fourth.