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sexcentenary (seks-sen-TEN-uh-ree) adjective
Relating to the number 600 or a period of 600 years.
A 600th anniversary.
[From Latin sex (six) + centenary (a period of 100 year), from centenarius.]
"These essays from a Cambridge conference held on the sexcentenary of the Lollard Twelve Conclusions (1395) explore questions that have arisen ...." William B Robison, Lollardy And the Gentry in the Later Middle Ages, Historian, a Journal of History (Allentown), Fall 1999.
This week's theme: red-herring words.
Ultimately, the only power to which man should aspire is that which he exercises over himself. -Elie Wiesel, writer, Nobel laureate (1928- )