- quadrature of the circle,
Origin of quadrennial
Examples from the Web for quadrennial
This quadrennial “running of the mulls” almost makes you feel sorry for Barack Obama and Mitt Romney.Matt Latimer: Why I Hate Town Halls and Undecided Voters|Matt Latimer|October 16, 2012|DAILY BEAST
After every quadrennial vice-presidential audition, another cautionary guideline emerges.How Obama Will Cash In on Paul Ryan: Medicare, Taxes, Education & More|Robert Shrum|August 13, 2012|DAILY BEAST
This is exactly when and how these quadrennial Democratic cluster-you-know-whats start.Michael Tomasky Gives the President Some Advice: Grow a Pair, Obama!|Michael Tomasky|June 14, 2012|DAILY BEAST
When he floated his quadrennial idea three months ago, I assumed it was more of the same.
Who came up the shortest in the Capitol's quadrennial reshuffling?
Both great political parties pledged their support in their quadrennial platforms.The Story of the First Trans-Continental Railroad|W. F. Bailey.
The quadrennial renewal of all the municipal councils of France took place in May 1900.
Abolition candidates for the presidency began to be heard of and to be voted for at every quadrennial election.
During the year 1789 and the first half of 1790 the Jewish question did not come up at the sessions of the Quadrennial Diet.
I did not believe as the quadrennial period approached in 1892 that Mr. Cleveland could be elected.Marse Henry (Vol. 2)|Henry Watterson
1650s, "lasting four years;" as "happening once every four years," 1701; from quadri- + ending from biennial, etc. Correct formation would be quadriennial (cf. Latin quadriennium "period of four years"). As a noun from 1640s. Related: Quadrennially.