Thesaurus / relic

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He would become a keeper of junkyards—overgrown lost worlds of relic chariots.

Today Friedman’s doctrine, like many relics of the 1970s, is viewed as a bit of a cartoon.

Most notably, Switzerland completely overhauled its epidemic law, a relic from 1886.

It’s one of the most amusing ongoing appendage-measuring contests in media, a relic of the TV era and an example of how the fiercest battles are often fought over the most inconsequential things.

One thing that’s keeping them alive is relic organic matter deposited from the ocean in an earlier geologic era.

They think these are relics of an ancient outburst of gas from the galaxy’s center.

They took with them a relic, supposed to be the body of St. Clement of Rome, a martyr.

Firstly, he picked up the charred fragment of the letter, and smoothed it out carefully and reverently as he would a relic.

El DoradoBaroness Orczy

I found it in this cell, after the death of the martyr, and have preserved it as a relic.

The Black TulipAlexandre Dumas (Pere)

"You may keep the carrion," said the French general flippantly, as he handed the relic to the Grand Master, minus the ring.

The Story of MaltaMaturin M. Ballou

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