calendar

Part of speech: noun

A systematic arrangement of days, months, and years.

Part of speech: noun

An almanac.

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Usage examples "calendar":

  1. Physiological age, not calendar years or grammar school months, should determine the studies and the companions of children after the tenth year. - "Civics and Health", William H. Allen.
  2. Our medical schools in the United States got away from the universities, became mere preparatory institutions, granted degrees for just as little study as possible, two terms of four months each in most cases, sometimes given in the same calendar year and requiring no preliminary training. - "Education: How Old The New", James J. Walsh.
  3. There's a calendar on the wall behind you. - "The Flying Stingaree", Harold Leland Goodwin.