Antonyms for time-honored

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Paul eyed the time-honored weapon that dangled from the youngster's hand.

The historic and time-honored art of empire-building is the only art they know.

Ur, as we have seen, was the time-honored seat of the Moon-god.

They chattered noisily, with the time-honored jokes about apples and bananas.

"The time-honored tale of Indian uprising," said Willett airily.

Dr. Stevenson was admitted to this time-honored association June, 1876.

They had met that evening, said the speaker, in accordance with a time-honored custom.

But blood will tell, and here he was in the time-honored custom of the family!

We even enjoyed the time-honored riddle: "What was Joan of Arc made of?"

So we have been taught, but, alas for the infallibility of time-honored theories!

WORD ORIGIN

also time-honoured, 1590s; from time (n.) + past tense of honor (v.).

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