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Sentence count:73Posted:2017-02-24Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: geologyoutrageousat the age ofcourageouscourageouslyage of consenttake advantage oftheologyMeaning: adj. belonging to or lasting from times long ago. 
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(1) This age-old struggle for control had led to untold bloody wars.
(2) Villagers get together every year to keep this age-old tradition alive.
(3) It was the age-old family mystery.
(4) The age-old cycle of wet and dry seasons had become irrelevant.
(5) The vine is an age-old symbol of peace and prosperity.
(6) In practical terms there is the age-old problem of accurate recording.
(7) It is an age-old heresy to see the world as a battleground between the forces of good and evil.
(8) It was the age-old problem that had not been solved since the Populists first went to the people in the 1870s.
(9) With this age-old problem neatly disposed of, Warwick feels he need only concentrate on defining intelligence.
(10) Age-old enemies have accepted that compromise is the only peaceful way forward.
(11) He looks at its age-old mysteries and traditions as well as the modern rituals and victuals that we have come to enjoy today.
(12) The age-old hatred between the two groups has never been dealt with.
(13) The age-old argument that poverty breeds crime is again being flogged by social engineers.
(14) Theosophists rejuvenated an age-old belief in the visibility of spiritual states.
(15) Little was done to resolve the age-old problem of land-distribution.
(16) Unfortunately they still don't solve the age-old problem - what to do with the things afterwards?
(17) This, of course, was an age-old phenomenon, present in all materially advanced societies in the past.
(18) The age-old curse on the line of Aenarion affected Tyrion's twin brother Teclis more strongly.
(19) This was the last time that the age-old splendour of Abyssinia was to be on view.
(20) Child instruction has always been hampered by the age-old problem posed by constraints of religion.
(21) Town and country here are engaged in the age-old dialogue between advanced civilizations and primitive cultures.
(22) We can only try to hold fast to the age-old values of honesty, decency and concern for others.
(23) Recent literature on public opinion has managed to shed fascinating new light on that age-old question.
(24) It could only make for bad blood between the Li clan and himself and shatter the age-old ties between their families.
(25) The fundamentalist opposition movements that extol the veil are reactivating this age-old connection.
(26) As a cradle of the coal, iron and steel industries many of its age-old traditions still continue to this day.
(27) For their glimpse into the earth, modern researchers are indebted to the age-old allure of diamonds.
(28) They want to find out what it would be like to be a woman freed from all those age-old taboos.
(29) This is the supreme Zapatista authority and its decision-making follows an age-old democratic pattern.
(30) Of course we return for the second act, succumbing to the age-old desire to see how it all turns out.
More similar words: geologyoutrageousat the age ofcourageouscourageouslyage of consenttake advantage oftheologyideologyneolithictheologicalideologicalarcheologicalpigeonsurgeondungeongeothermalbourgeoisgorgeoussponge offin charge ofcurmudgeongeocentricbourgeoisieagewagecagepagerageagent
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