pre-historic[ pree-hi-stawr-ik, -stor-, pree-i- ]SEE DEFINITION OF pre-historic
Synonyms for pre-historic
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PRE-HISTORIC
This, perhaps, is to be explained by the accuracy of many of the pre-historic beasts.
It was evident to him that they belonged to pre-historic times.
This repugnance may be traced back as far as pre-historic ages.
We shall not carry on our study of pre-historic mankind to any later date.
This can only be inferred in the case of pre-historic peoples.
Whether they are also pre-historic may be matter of dispute.
It is a pre-historic building, almost as much so as a Pyramid of Egypt.
They had never been worshipped or sung by man, historic or pre-historic.
I am thinking also of that patch of pre-historic cypresses in Monterey.
To see her would be to take what Punch calls a pre-historic peep.