Synonym: aged, ancient, archaic, old. Antonym: modern. Similar words: antiquity, frantic, quantity, romantic, pedantic, meantime, semantics, antipathy. Meaning: [æn'tiːk] n. 1. an elderly man 2. any piece of furniture or decorative object or the like produced in a former period and valuable because of its beauty or rarity. v. 1. shop for antiques 2. give an antique appearance to. adj. 1. made in or typical of earlier times and valued for its age 2. out of fashion 3. belonging to or lasting from times long ago.
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1 These antique paintings are priceless.
2 The antique is a fake.
3 Antique toy cars are ten a penny nowadays.
4 I can not evaluate such an important antique.
5 He can distinguish a genuine antique from a reproduction.
6 They have a lot of antique furniture.
7 She's really making a go of her new antique shop.
8 Such a finding as this exquisite antique is rare indeed.
9 We have an antique clock on our mantelpiece.
10 We went for a browse around an antique shop.
11 I made him a bid for the antique table.
12 He wears designer clothes and drives an antique car.
13 We went bargain hunting at the antique market.
14 Their house is adorned with beautiful antique ornaments.
15 By trade he was a dealer in antique furniture.
16 He delights in browing through antique stores.
17 Antique furniture fetches very high prices these days.
18 She's an antique, a used-car,(sentencedict.com)(www.Sentencedict.com) etc dealer.
19 So when did you start collecting antique glass?
20 The decor is a mix of antique and modern.
21 He is a dealer in antique.
22 This antique is worth several hundred pounds.
23 She wore an antique gown to the costume party.
24 This is an antique chair.
25 The antique shop was just full of old rubbish.
26 "It's an antique.""An antique, my eye!
27 Oliver made a fortune by investing in antique furniture.
28 The antique is assigned to the eleventh Century.
29 He has been trading in antique furniture for 25 years.
30 You can't give away Granny's old bookcase - it's a valuable antique.
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