adjective, noun, plural ter·cen·ten·ar·ies.
- terebic acid
Origin of tercentenary
Examples from the Web for tercentenary
At their tercentenary festival in 1875, tne Leyden University printed a list of their students from their foundation to that year.De Libris: Prose and Verse|Austin Dobson
The first beam has struck one of the lofty pinnacles, and made laughter and gaiety of its tercentenary gloom.Doctor Cupid|Rhoda Broughton
The Musicians have recently celebrated their tercentenary, commemorating the granting of their charter by James I. in 1604.Memorials of Old London|Various
This date was the tercentenary of the birth of this great philosopher, and he was both born and died on the 19th October.Addresses & Papers / Collectanea|Peter Eade
Several of the buildings were erected out of the Lyon Tercentenary Fund, subscribed after the tercentenary celebration in 1871.