Archaize



to give an archaic appearance or quality to:
The poet archaized her work with many Elizabethan words.
to use .
verb
(transitive) to give an archaic appearance or character to, as by the use of archaisms

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  • Archaist

    something archaic, as a word or expression. the use of what is archaic, as in literature or art: The archaism of the novelist’s style provided a sense of the period. the survival or presence of something from the past: The art of letter writing is becoming an archaism. Historical Examples Rhythm was avoided by Caesar […]

  • Archaistic

    something archaic, as a word or expression. the use of what is archaic, as in literature or art: The archaism of the novelist’s style provided a sense of the period. the survival or presence of something from the past: The art of letter writing is becoming an archaism. Historical Examples In the same sense we […]



  • Archangel-gulf

    Russian Arkhangelsk. a seaport in the NW Russian Federation in Europe, on Dvina Bay. Gulf of, former name of . noun a principal angel, a member of the order ranking immediately above the angels in medieval angelology another name for angelica (sense 1) yellow archangel, a Eurasian herbaceous plant (Lamiastrum luteum) that has yellow helmet-shaped […]

  • Archangelic

    Theology. a chief or principal angel; in medieval angelology one of the nine orders of celestial attendants on God. Compare (def 1). (def 1). Historical Examples Perhaps that steep of light is the dwelling-place of angels cherubic, seraphic, archangelic. New Tabernacle Sermons Thomas De Witt Talmage After his defeat, what can be more impressive than […]



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