Thesaurus / antiquarians
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Antiquarians hold we are,—and—and we have an old seal, marked with a ramping lion on a shield, and a castle over him.
It has an inscription that has caused considerable difficulties to the antiquarians.
A SPRING WALK IN PROVENCEARCHIBALD MARSHALL
The forest looms large and terrible in the works of classical writers and German antiquarians.
Historians and antiquarians also received it cordially, universally according it high praise.
CHRONICLES OF BORDER WARFAREALEXANDER SCOTT WITHERS
Lockhart describes the enthusiasm of dukes, fine ladies, and antiquarians.
He must return to London to preside at the meeting of some society of antiquarians of which he is the president.
MAJOR FRANKA. L. G. BOSBOOM-TOUSSAINT
Though they may have lived about the same time, the romance of their love is now gravely denied by scholars and antiquarians.
But the antiquarians of to-day assert that the curious steps were made by the early British.
LORNA DOONER. D. BLACKMORE
Whether they derive the custom from traditional connection or not, I leave to antiquarians to answer.
And what is to become of me—what companion am I to have in this cursed resort of antiquarians and lazzaroni?
ERNEST MALTRAVERS, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON