antediluvians[ an-tee-di-loo-vee-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF antediluvians
Synonyms for antediluvians
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ANTEDILUVIANS
These dear, good people are quite out of the world—they are antediluvians.
We who lived before railways are antediluvians—we must pass away.
Re-seating himself, he lifted his glass, and proposed: 'The Antediluvians!'
You have read of the loves of the Angels with the daughters of the Antediluvians.
He ascribes it to the abnormal wickedness of the antediluvians.
The remains of giants and of antediluvians were frequent in museums.
The agent upon this thought that he had met with a race of Antediluvians.
They feasted and married and were given in marriage, like the antediluvians.
This agrees with what is said by St. Peter, respecting the antediluvians.
The Antediluvians and heathens never dreamed of such barbarities.