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Sentence count:116+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-02-22Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: keepsakemementoremembrancesouvenirtokentrophySimilar words: derelictreliefrelieveelicitrelievedreliablereligionreligiousMeaning: ['relɪk]  n. 1. an antiquity that has survived from the distant past 2. something of sentimental value. 
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1. It was the last relic of the old system.
2. This stone axe is a relic of ancient times.
3. They believe that hunting is a relic of the past and are calling for it to be banned.
4. The building stands as the last remaining relic of the town's cotton industry.
5. The country's employment system is a relic of the 1960s when jobs were scarce.
6. This silver belt buckle is the only relic of the imprisoned soldiers that survives.
7. Germany's asylum law is a relic of an era in European history which has passed.
8. No more relic hunting for today.
9. The relic was found in exactly the place indicated.
10. The khthons showed no interest in the ancient relic.
11. The town is a relic from California's gold rush.
12. The treaty is now a Cold War relic.
13. The relic was sold by auctioneers Christie's in London in July 1992.
14. A golden crown adorns the head and the relic is dressed in beautiful white robes delicately and artistically embroidered with gold.
15. This is not some ancient practice, some relic from the past long since abandoned.
16. The relic there was credited with making barren women pregnant and then relieving the pain of parturition.
17. Though viewed by many as a relic of the 1890s, she never lost her enthusiasm for new artistic trends.
18. Once viewed as a relic, continental drift and seafloor spreading evolved into the modern concept of plate tectonics.
19. The relic, exhumed several times throughout the centuries, always retained its flexibility.
20. It's another relic, still in use, from the head gardener Charles Beckett's days.
21. The relic reposes in a glass-fronted reliquary beneath a side altar of the same church in which it was first interred.
22. Everything about the odd relic suggested that Morthen had left it as a deliberate sign.
23. Much later, the perehera was adopted by the Buddhists to display their most sacred relic.
24. The abbey lies in ruins today and its celebrated relic has disappeared without trace.
25. Mitchell groaned when he saw her old backpack, utilitarian relic of hippie days.
26. Loretta wondered whether Puddephat's fellowship provided an unusually large salary, or whether the objects were a relic of his marriage.
26. try its best to collect and create good sentences.
27. Gripping the key in his pocket as if it were a holy relic, he took his first step into the world.
28. To me there is no such thing as a holy relic or place.
29. It was true he had grown out of it now, but it was the beloved relic of his youth.
30. And the competing drive for ever better features by the individual car companies soon became a relic of the past.
More similar words: derelictreliefrelieveelicitrelievedreliablereligionreligiousrelinquishdelicacydelicatereliabilitypreliminarydelicioushelicopterelicitationrelinquishmentdelicatesseninfelicitousfelicitationpublic policyrelyrelaxbarelyor elserelatebarrelpurelyrely onrelent
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