Synonyms for Annual:

adj.

all (adjective)
one-year.
yearly (adjective)
once a year.

n.

BC, academic year, BCE, C, biannual, 00s, B. anthology, bible, autobiography, almanac, atlas, biography, authority, bestseller, blook. bean, cactus, bush, alpine, bedding plant, cereal, brassica, climber, clone. almanac (noun)
registry, yearbook.
annual (noun)
yearly, one-year, yearbook.
chronicle (noun)
journal.
list (noun)
enumeration, check, bill, thesaurus, registry, total, cash book, tablet, detail, pad, invoice, file, Bank book, collection, roll, history, documentation, annals, diary, list, statement, lexicon, table, recount, menu, recording, logbook, census, docket, novel, notebook, repertory, album, scrapbook, register, calendar, sum, scroll, waybill, summary, book, schedule, roster, log, workbook, budget, score, manifest, ledger, treasury, itemization, blank-book, catalog, Storybook, yearbook, record, index, chronicle, account, count, tally, tabulate, store, dictionary, digest, inventory, journal, daybook.
yearly (noun)
twelvemonth, year-end, seasonal, recurring once a year, reckoned by the term of a year, every year, once a year, occurring every year, valid for one year, living only one growing season, anniversary, performed in a year, year-long, each year, lasting a year.

Other synonyms:

anthology, C, bedding plant, autobiography, biography, biannual, brassica, blook, bush, seasonal, academic year, B, almanac, bible, BC, bestseller, bean, atlas, twelvemonth, cactus, BCE. cereal, alpine, climber, authority. yearly
anniversary, yearly.

Usage examples for annual

  1. I know they elected a Plantagould directory at the annual meeting. – The Grafters by Francis Lynde
  2. He was honest, and his honesty had become a habit; but the money was the only thing which acted on his imagination; his character had attained to no sacred halo, and was just worth his annual income and the respect of the law for his person. – The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith by George Meredith
  3. The President announced the plank for his international policy when he spoke at the annual meeting of the American Bar Association, at Washington, shortly after the war began. – Germany, The Next Republic? by Carl W. Ackerman