Definition of Three-hundredth
1. Adjective. The ordinal number of three hundred in counting order.
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Literary usage of Three-hundredth
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. At Home and Abroad: A Sketch-book of Life, Scenery, and Men by Bayard Taylor (1871)
"THE THREE HUNDREDTH ANNIVERSARY OP THE UNIVERSITY OF JENA. ... In Germany, the great event of the year was the celebration of the three-hundredth ..."
2. At Home and Abroad: A Sketchbook of Life, Scenery, and Men by Bayard Taylor (1889)
"THE THREE HUNDREDTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF JENA. ... In Germany, the great event of the year was the celebration of the three-hundredth ..."
3. Annals of Cambridge by Charles Henry Cooper, John William Cooper (1852)
"The three hundredth anniversary of the foundation of Trinity College was celebrated on the 22nd of December, by a sumptuous banquet in the College Hall. ..."
4. Encyclopedia of Virginia Biography, Under the Editorial Supervision of Lyon by Lyon Gardiner Tyler (1915)
"... States but yielding nothing in beauty and general pleasing effect, appropriately celebrated the three hundredth anniversary of the nation's birth. ..."
5. A Diplomatist's Wife in Japan: Letters from Home to Home by Hugh Fraser (1899)
"A Strange Situation.— Dogs and Cats in Japan.—Comedies of the Servants' Quarters.—Doctor Bath and his Medical Students. — Tokyo's three-hundredth Birthday. ..."