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synonyms for autochthonic

  • aboriginal
  • autochthonal
  • autochthonous
  • domestic
  • endemic
  • local
  • native
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How to use autochthonic in a sentence

The former are autochthonic parasites, the others are foreigners.
ANIMAL PARASITES AND MESSMATESP. J. VAN BENEDEN
From this invisible ground-plan rose something absolutely original and autochthonic.
THE EVOLUTION OF LOVEEMIL LUCKA
The dance is the primordial, autochthonic form of music; its foundation so to speak.
BEETHOVENGEORGE ALEXANDER FISCHER
It is an important one: it is our first really national period, all-American, autochthonic.
A HISTORY OF AMERICAN LITERATURE SINCE 1870FRED LEWIS PATTEE
Treating as an error the tradition of their vagrant character, he conceives them to be generally and above all autochthonic.
STUDIES ON HOMER AND THE HOMERIC AGE, VOL. 1 OF 3W. E. GLADSTONE
There was nothing traditional, nothing archaic, nothing autochthonic in their poor art.
AN OPEN-EYED CONSPIRACYW. D. HOWELLS
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WORDS RELATED TO AUTOCHTHONIC

  • aboriginal
  • autochthonic
  • autochthonous
  • domestic
  • endemic
  • local
  • native
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.