antiquarian

[ an-ti-kwair-ee-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF antiquarian

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Such an act of antiquarian barbarism happily has few imitators.

Nor does anybody, save here and there an antiquarian, read Shepard and Hooker and Mayhew.

The antiquary is a collector; the antiquarian a student or writer.

He was also a painter of considerable merit, a writer and an antiquarian.

His name was Ottaviani, and he was also an antiquarian of some repute.

To be an antiquary is one thing, and to be an antiquarian romancer is another.

I have had a sniff of it already in the proceedings of the Antiquarian Society.

These last have an interest indeed, but it is an interest of an antiquarian character.

Antiquarian had better send a rubbing from the oak cover in question.

Hoyt, Antiquarian Researches, gives a valuable account of it.

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