Archaism [noun]

Definition of Archaism:

something saved from the past

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Sentence/Example of Archaism:

As for the archaism, that is well enough for those who like it.

The archaism of the English would represent the archaism of the Greek.

The archaism of their silhouettes strikes us from the first, as much as their isolation in such a place.

In Latin poetry the epode was cultivated, in conscious archaism, both as a part of the ode and as an independent branch of poetry.

It is of moment to know with some precision what is the degree of archaism conventionally required in speaking on any given topic.

The new art and literature were tainted by pedantic archaism.

But the longing to be primitive is a disease of culture; it is archaism in morals.

This latter Morris tried to accomplish by increasing the archaism of his style by every means in his power.

The termination, which suggests either wilful archaism or useless slang, adds nothing of sense or sound to the word.

We find none of the marks of inexperience and archaism which are so conspicuous in the statues of Sepa and Nesa.