Related to trimonthly: quarterly


Done, occurring, or appearing every three months.

tri·month′ly adv.


adj, adv
every three months


(traɪˈmʌnθ li)

occurring, taking place, done, or acted upon every three months.


adjdreimonatlich, vierteljährig, Vierteljahres-
n periodical, journalVierteljahresschrift f
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headquarters in New York, where the regular trimonthly report of General Secretary Antonio Guterres was presented, they unanimously denounced the murder of Oliver Ivanovic, leader of the SDP Civic Initiative and supported the importance of implementing hitherto reached agreements between Belgrade and Pristina for the sake of peace and stability in the region.
Samples were collected trimonthly between May 2009 and May 2010, in littoral and pelagic regions of each lake.
At some point feeling over-celebrated, we have decided to do it bimonthly or trimonthly.
The trimonthly combination oral contraceptive regimen: Is it cost effective?
Bessie Whitwam read from Paul''s second letter to Trimonthly and the Rev Joe read and preached on St Marks Gospel.
However, after a hip injury disrupted his progress last season, the Gateshead Harrier has opted to postpone the necessary hip replacement until after the London Games, instead choosing to have trimonthly injections.
Trimonthly baiting intervals were far less effective and did not prevent parasite recovery.
In early 2006, the 3-mg trimonthly ibandronate IV injection received approval from the Food and Drug Administration for use in the treatment of postmenopausal osteoporosis.
In early 2006, the Food and Drug Administration approved the 3-mg trimonthly ibandronate IV injection for treating postmenopausal osteoporosis.
Therefore, we decided to perform trimonthly examinations during a 2-year follow-up.
Trimonthly frequency distribution of absolute marginal increments (MIs) was carried out for juveniles, revealing four and five bands, and for adults, revealing more than eight bands.
compared with trimonthly applications and untreated turf (Qian and Engelke, 1999).