Artifact [noun]

Definition of Artifact:

result or goods created

Opposite/Antonyms of Artifact:

Sentence/Example of Artifact:

With offices already reconfiguring open plans, and the possibility that common spaces like snack bars and conference rooms will be off-limits, the literal watercooler conversation could be an artifact of a bygone era.

She worked from attic rooms in the American Museum of Natural History in New York, her main employer, in a nest of field notebooks and tagged artifacts, handwritten letters and typed mimeographs, thousands upon thousands of pages and objects.

Many philosophers and mathematicians at the time thought that arithmetic was merely an artifact of human psychology.

Lombard, however, reserves judgment on the Sri Lankan bone points until high-resolution CT scans are used to probe for damage from high-speed impacts inside the artifacts.

The researchers turned up cultural artifacts along with the fossils.

Women buried, she says, with weapons and other battle artifacts.

This artifact reflects silver and pewter salt forms of about 1725.

The crucifix shows us how conventionalization and familiarization set aside all the suggestion which an artifact really carries.

How would an illiterate interact with them in order to get the most out of each artifact?

What is the basis of distinction between that which is an artifact and that which is a real shadow of the metallic substance?