pertaining to antiquaries or to the study of antiquities.
of, dealing in, or interested in old or rare books.
a size of drawing and writing paper, 31 × 53 or 29 × 52 inches.
The Krogers were set up in Britain as antiquarian booksellers.
Inside Spying’s Famous Scandals Stella Rimington July 1, 2010
But the world of antiquarian maps presented powerful temptations.
The Million-Dollar Map Thief Nick Romeo July 29, 2014
Then they would be under professors with their heads full of antiquarian ideas.
The Growth of a Soul August Strindberg
The antiquary is a collector; the antiquarian a student or writer.
Sir Walter Scott George Saintsbury
Some of the facts could not be denied from the standpoint of the antiquarian.
Elements of Folk Psychology Wilhelm Wundt
He was also a painter of considerable merit, a writer and an antiquarian.
Mark Twain, A Biography, 1835-1910, Complete Albert Bigelow Paine
Claudius, who was an antiquarian, made a well-known speech on the occasion of admitting more Gauls to the honour.
British Quarterly Review, American Edition, Volume LIV Various
To be an antiquary is one thing, and to be an antiquarian romancer is another.
My Contemporaries In Fiction David Christie Murray
Erfurt possesses also a picture gallery and an antiquarian collection.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 9, Slice 7 Various
I have had a sniff of it already in the proceedings of the antiquarian Society.
The Book-Hunter John Hill Burton
concerned with the study of antiquities or antiques
the largest size of handmade drawing paper, 53 × 31 inches
a less common name for antiquary
“one who studies or is fond of antiquities,” c.1600, from Latin antiquarius “pertaining to antiquity,” from antiquus (see antique (adj.)) + -an. As an adjective from 1771.
pertaining to antiquaries or to the study of antiquities. of, dealing in, or interested in old or rare books. an antiquary. a size of drawing and writing paper, 31 × 53 or 29 × 52 inches. Historical Examples Singularly enough, in this instance, “antiquarianism” and “folk-lore” proved equally at fault. Traditions, Superstitions and Folk-lore Charles […]
an expert on or student of antiquities. a collector of antiquities. Historical Examples The spade and plough of the husbandman are constantly disinterring relics of high value to the antiquary and numismatist. Archaeological Essays, Vol. 1 James Y. Simpson Mr. Thorne, antiquary, and originator of Notes and Queries, lived here. Westminster Sir Walter Besant Hence […]
to make obsolete, old-fashioned, or out of date by replacing with something newer or better: This latest device will antiquate the ice-cube tray. to design or create in an style; cause to appear . Historical Examples Whilst these were under discussion, new matter of complaint came over, which seemed to antiquate the first. The Works […]
continued from, resembling, or adhering to the past; old-fashioned: antiquated attitudes. no longer used; obsolete or obsolescent: The spinning wheel is an antiquated machine. aged; old: to make obsolete, old-fashioned, or out of date by replacing with something newer or better: This latest device will antiquate the ice-cube tray. to design or create in an […]