- millennial church,
- millennium bridge,
- millennium bug
Origin of millennial
Examples from the Web for millennial
The Millennial Action Project (MAP) seeks to engage young people in politics and give them more of a voice in governing.
Leading the pack of millennial art wunderkinds is Idaho-native Akiane Kramarik, who began drawing at age two.
The suburbs are changing in ways that could help progressives, notably by becoming more heavily minority and Millennial.
My millennial friends have waited in line beside a cluster of Orthodox women in long dark skirts to be seen by Peggy.
Thirty percent of Millennial moms regularly use parenting apps.Are We Turning Our Babies Into Real Life Tamagotchis?|Brandy Zadrozny|August 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And it must be so, at least, until some far off millennial day.
Expositors of prophecy have gone so far as to fix the year when the Millennial period is to commence.The Miscellaneous Writings and Speeches of Lord Macaulay, Vol. 4 (of 4)|Thomas Babington Macaulay
He conducts their leading periodical, the Millennial Harbinger.A New Guide for Emigrants to the West|J. M. Peck
Devout men held it as an advance toward that millennial era which was at once the object of their faith and hope.The Story of the Atlantic Telegraph|Henry M. (Henry Martyn) Field
The church has had rich instalments of them, but richer still are reserved for the future of millennial glory.Companion to the Bible|E. P. Barrows
1660s, "pertaining to the millennium," from stem of millennium + -al (1). Meaning "pertaining to a period of 1,000 years" is from 1807. As a noun from 1896, originally "thousandth anniversary." From 1992 as a generational name for those born in the mid-1980s and thus coming of age around the year 2000.