Antiquarian [adjective]

Definition of Antiquarian:

old, ancient

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Sentence/Example of Antiquarian:

Samuel Squire, bishop of St. David's died; a poetical, historical and antiquarian writer of note.

If such a realization had only come a hundred years ago, a great service would have been done the historian and the antiquarian.

The town itself contains no buildings of antiquarian interest, but it has some fine modern edifices.

Vast numbers of lamps have been found in the Catacombs, and specimens abound in almost every antiquarian museum.

A great history must have other merits besides accuracy, antiquarian research, and presentation of authorities and notes.

Merely as a suggestion, I would say that the Antiquarian Society would snap up many of the things.

The antiquarian Camden, were he to revisit Yarmouth, would not be a little astonished at what he would see.

Could not some of your antiquarian correspondents in the west, Mr. Boase of Penzance for example, furnish such a list?

Furniture put on antiquarian shapes; the 101 walls were decorated la Grecque.

By beholding these a poet is to raise himself, and may hope to raise his readers, above antiquarian tastes and modern conventions.