occurring or appearing once a fortnight.
once a fortnight.
a periodical issued every two weeks.
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How to use fortnightly in a sentence
M.J. Akbar is Chairman and Director of Publications of the fortnightly newsmagazine Covert.
Its market is but fortnightly, and for thirteen days out of every fourteen the town dozes tranquilly.The Portsmouth Road and Its Tributaries | Charles G. Harper
He's subscribed for a whole year—for a fortnightly letter from a girl in Killarney who has got to be named 'Katie'.Molly Make-Believe | Eleanor Hallowell Abbott
A Kentucky woman's club, meeting fortnightly all the year round, has for its current subject Rome and Italy.The Complete Club Book for Women | Caroline French Benton
What admonition could the Doctor add to those which he had addressed to his poor son fortnightly for years past?
At that time the foreign mail went out fortnightly, alternately from Bombay and Calcutta.Recollections of Calcutta for over Half a Century | Montague Massey
British Dictionary definitions for fortnightly
occurring or appearing once each fortnight
once a fortnight
a publication issued at intervals of two weeks
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