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noun as in old object, often of great value

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These antiques had been passed down from inmate to inmate, as older prisoners died or moved on.

At night, hit Durango's many brewpubs and sleep at the Historic Strater Hotel, an antiques-filled period piece.

Luster says he believed his antiques and other possessions would be sold, with the proceeds going to his two young children.

For decades, the Hashemites were written off as antiques who would not survive.

We hit the Dongtai Road Antiques Market where, I have to say, I do a pretty good job of bargaining.

The cabinet of antiques is stated to be very rich, and, to judge by appearances, is not inferior to its reputation.

He's a cabinetmaker, Miss Bassett,—a producer of antiques, and a good one; and about the gentlest human being you ever saw.

Don't make them any more these days, real antiques they are!

He knows enough about Chinese and Japanese antiques to enable him to detect forgeries.

He made me presents of books and antiques, and of every other curiosity relating to Corsica.


On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to antiques, such as: heirloom, relic, antiquity, vestige, ruin, and rarity.

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