Synonym: ancientness. Similar words: iniquity, ubiquitous, equity, quantity, in quantity, liquid, quite, quite a few. Meaning: [æn'tɪkwətɪ] n. 1. the historic period preceding the Middle Ages in Europe 2. extreme oldness 3. an artifact surviving from the past.
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1. Their inquiries ascend to the antiquity.
2. Cannabis has been used for medicinal purposes since antiquity.
3. The museum contains the remains of Chinese antiquity.
4. The statue was brought to Rome in antiquity .
5. A number of the monuments are of considerable antiquity.
6. Marihuana has been used for medicinal purposes since antiquity.
7. The common household fork was nearly unknown in antiquity.
8. Athens is a city of great antiquity.
9. Archaeologists found 40 bodies of varying antiquity in the area.
10. Acupuncture has been used as medical means since antiquity in China.
11. After all, suburbs have a very respectable antiquity.
12. It follows the restrained style associated with classical antiquity.
13. The mammalian carnivores are also of some antiquity.
14. Bickerman argued that in antiquity big enterprises of translation were due to public, not private, initiative.
15. Until late antiquity Vulso's triumph remained a byword for luxury.
16. The greatest Pharaonic inscription was defaced in antiquity; the disgraced Roman Third Legion had its name hacked away.
17. All over the world, rocks of this antiquity were carefully searched for organic remains.
18. Second, it shows how in antiquity an absolute imperial monarch used the arts to bolster his rule.
19. These pieces of pop antiquity might sound like cartoon music to contemporary ears.
20. Relatively few have survived from antiquity, since silver became scarce and a much sought after commodity in the late Empire.
21. For the first time in classical antiquity the nuclear family had assumed a central role in the politics of state.
22. The awareness of the world's antiquity which was often with me seemed to intensify, to be a solace.
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23. The origins of this ancient structure are lost in antiquity.
24. Before creating this sculpture, she studied all the masterpieces of classical antiquity.
25. The spread of this belief marks the divide between the mental outlook of Classical antiquity and that of the Middle Ages.
26. Other reactionary politicians vie to appropriate historical symbols of pre-communist antiquity.
27. The affinities between music and poetry have been familiar since antiquity, though they are largely ignored in the current intellectual climate.
28. Radiogenic studies indicate that there have been metasomatic enrichment events of comparable antiquity in the mantle.
29. There was a dank, sour smell to everything, a smell of decay and great antiquity.
30. The superior man acquaints himself with many sayings of antiquity and many deeds of the past, in order to strengthen his character thereby. John Milton
More similar words: iniquity, ubiquitous, equity, quantity, in quantity, liquid, quite, quite a few, ingenuity, entity, nonentity, identity, romantic, pedantic, meantime, semantics, quarantine, antiseptic, substantial, anticipate, substantially, essentiality, clique, unique, technique, obliquely, suite, guitar, circuit, lawsuit.