noun, plural lus·trums, lus·tra [luhs-truh]. /ˈlʌs trə/.
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One of the British novels with the highest sales hopes before Christmas is Lustrum by Robert Harris.
This review was called the closing of the lustrum, because it was accompanied with sacrifices and purifications named lustrations.
The term lustrum was applied to the interval of five years between two censuses.
Then I sicken at the idea of having Strauss in my head and on my hands for a lustrum, instead of saying good-bye to him in a year.George Eliot's Life, Vol. I (of 3)|George Eliot