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millennial

An individual of the generation whose members were born between roughly 1980 and 2000. Ever since millennials started moving into our town, every other building is a yoga studio or a coffee shop.

millennial pink

A light shade of pink that became especially trendy in 2017. "Millennial" refers to the generation whose members were born between roughly 1980 and 2000. I think a millennial pink accent wall would look great in here, don't you?
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Apocalyptic scenarios have been advanced about a millennially inclined Iranian leadership using nuclear weapons against Israeli targets, with no regard for the consequences, effectively suggesting that the Islamic Republic aspires to become history's first "suicide nation."
In 1997, all nations on earth consumed 26.4 billion barrels of oil, 81.7 trillion cubic feet of natural gas, and 5.2 billion tons of coal--all of which are millennially decayed organic matter previously brought to life by the sun.
Whether London auds will find the audacious programming warranted will depend on their fondness for the play itself, a curiosity that in 2004 comes across as some sort of lumbering cross-pollination between Aesop and Tony Kushner at his most millennially apocalyptic.
The remainder of the film becomes a referendum on the validity of the reporter's millennially pessimistic questioning of the health of French cinema, through a focus on the cinema of Francois Truffaut.
The distance from Tommy Douglas reciting lines from Blake's millennially hopeful "Jerusalem" in his political speeches, and the premiere of Mahler's Second Symphony "The Resurrection" to the pathetic apocalyptic date-setting of Salem Kirban and one-time presidential hopeful Pat Robertson's plans to televise the Second Coming is not easy to traverse.
I'm betting that books survive--with title revisions to exploit catchy, millennially marketable phrases (e.g., 21st Century).