antediluvian

[ an-tee-di-loo-vee-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF antediluvian

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You do not see the antediluvian kingdom, that of Sesostris and that of Semiramis?

The one school is of an Antediluvian, the other of a Christian race.

The three Miss Murgatroyds—oh, Jane, they are so antediluvian and quaint!

These were the keys which unlocked the treasures of the antediluvian world for me.

Observe the “antediluvian” shape of the bat—no paddings on the legs.

I always knew he was extinct, but I had no idea he was antediluvian as well.

It might as well have stood for Antediluvian Bottlewashing Company.

It was an old safe of some antediluvian manufacture and the lock was worn.

The bones and teeth of wolves are often discovered, as I have already said, amongst the débris of the antediluvian world.

The next one to him—the white legged brown,—is of the antediluvian order too.

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