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old (part of speech: adjective)
- Mr. Britt hurried the rest of his movements; Files's kitchen conveniences were archaic, and the guest who was not on time got cold viands. - "When Egypt Went Broke", Holman Day.
- It may be noted that Lequeux means exactly the same, and is of identical origin, archaic Fr. - "The Romance of Names", Ernest Weekley.
- It made him feel archaic to come thus face to face with the younger generation in art and literature. - "The Book of Gud", Dan Spain Harold Hersey.