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Archaic

Antonyms of ARCHAIC

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  1. The theory has its attractions, but there is this difference between the primitive archaic Greek or early Italian and the modern primitive; the early men reverently clothed the abstract idea they started with in the most natural and beautiful form within their knowledge, ever seeking to discover new truths and graces from nature to enrich their work; while the modern artist, with the art treasures of all periods of the world before him, can never be in the position of these simple- minded men. "The Practice and Science Of Drawing" by Harold Speed
  2. By his day some very few had become slightly archaic and hence were usually restricted to poetry; others existed side by side, in both prose and poetic speech, with the longer forms which at last superseded them; but the great majority represent the regular colloquial idiom of the late seventeenth and early eighteenth century. "The Art of English Poetry (1708)" by Edward Bysshe
  3. If religion can be regarded as archaic science enriched with the belief in supernatural control, the myth can be regarded as effete religion which has been superseded by the growth of a loftier ethical purpose. "The Evolution of the Dragon" by G. Elliot Smith

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