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mil·len·ni·al

(mə-lĕn′ē-əl)
n.
also Millennial A member of the generation born from the early 1980s to late 1990s, especially in the United States and Canada; a member of Generation Y.
adj.
1. Of or relating to a millennium.
2. Relating to or being a group or movement that believes in a coming millennium, as of prosperity or justice.
3. also Millennial Of or relating to the generation born from the early 1980s to late 1990s, especially in the United States and Canada.

mil·len′ni·al·ism n.
mil·len′ni·al·ist n.
mil·len′ni·al·ly adv.

mil•len•ni•al

(mɪlˈlɛn i əl)

adj.
1. of or pertaining to a millennium or the millennium.
2. worthy or suggestive of the millennium.
[1655–65]
mil•len′ni•al•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.millennial - relating to a millennium or span of a thousand yearsmillennial - relating to a millennium or span of a thousand years
Translations

millennial

[mɪˈlenɪəl] ADJmilenario

millennial

adjJahrtausend-, Millennium(s)-
References in classic literature ?
My Lords," said the President to the Junior Circles of the Council, "there is not the slightest need for surprise; the secret archives, to which I alone have access, tell me that a similar occurrence happened on the last two millennial commencements.
Every tenant was quite sure things would be different when the reins got into his hands--there was to be a millennial abundance of new gates, allowances of lime, and returns of ten per cent.
So with Mesmerism, Swedenborgism, Fourierism, and the Millennial Church; they are poor pretensions enough, but good criticism on the science, philosophy, and preaching of the day.
It is one of those old, old towns which impress one as a continuation and outgrowth of nature, as much as the nests of the bower-birds or the winding galleries of the white ants; a town which carries the traces of its long growth and history like a millennial tree, and has sprung up and developed in the same spot between the river and the low hill from the time when the Roman legions turned their backs on it from the camp on the hillside, and the long-haired sea-kings came up the river and looked with fierce, eager eyes at the fatness of the land.
Even the rumor of Reform had not yet excited any millennial expectations in Frick, there being no definite promise in it, as of gratuitous grains to fatten Hiram Ford's pig, or of a publican at the "Weights and Scales" who would brew beer for nothing, or of an offer on the part of the three neighboring farmers to raise wages during winter.
The millennials are definitely a complex age group and without Pew's revelatory study, remain as a hazy, ambiguous bracket unspared every now and then by bludgeoning manifold stereotypes from elders: at times deemed as whiny, lazy, vain and entitled special snowflakes.
New York: Millennials are just as good as or better than older generations when it comes to money management habits like saving and budgeting, as per the Better Money Habits(r) Millennial Report.
Canada's millennials (born between 1983 and 1999; aged 18 to 34 as of 2017) are the generation that grew up in an era of a rising Asia and who will form the largest block of the electorate in the 2019 Canadian federal election.
Sixty-three percent of millennials in the study said they were saving, and 57% had a savings goal, compared with only 42% of Gen Xers and baby boomers.
com/blog/millennials-on-aging/) Aperion Care , 85 percent of millennials expect to own a home at some point in their lifetime - and that figure is significant.
MILLENNIALS are the future; there is no doubt about that, but it has been said time and time again that they do not have a good work ethic nor care about things like other generations.
To replace those clients -- and their revenues -- firms are going to have to attract millennials.