Historic [adjective]

Definition of Historic:

momentous, remarkable

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Sentence/Example of Historic:

Hotel occupancy in the United States plunged to 44 percent last year, a historic low, according to STR, a travel research company.

Fortunately, in the midst of all this while I am still waiting, a presidential election with historic results took place in the United States.

Loyola wasn’t ranked in the AP or coaches’ poll until it entered this week, and a double-digit seed would be a snub of historic proportions.

You’ll disembark at Montana’s East Glacier Park station, then spend three nights at the historic Glacier Park Lodge, built by the Great Northern Railway.

Local reporter and historian John Muller leads the walk through the neighborhood, which explores historic and contemporary politics, architecture and folklore.

It was a movement, it’s historic, it’s iconic, it was needed.

In the spirit of World Cancer Day, taking on the challenges these patients identify will no doubt be hard, but we must match the celebration of a first lady’s historic visit to a community health center with a commitment to act.

At the same time, Democratic lawyers battled a historic tide of pre-election litigation.

The food, to the people, to the music and obviously all the historic sites that are there.

Here’s What Went WrongAshton points to a list of factors including historic under-investment in public health.