Archaic : Synonyms and Antonyms


( Adjective )

Thou art’ is the archaic form of you are.


1. Ancient

2. Antique

3. Bygone

4. Olden

5. Primitive

6. Obsolete

7. Out of date

8. Passé

9. Superannuated

Contextual Examples:

I feel pretty ancient when I see how the younger generation behaves.

The cave provided a primitive shelter from the storm.

Skills which are becoming obsolete now will not be taught in this institution.

He was a fine actor, but he is a bit passé.


1. Contemporary

2. Current

3. Modern

4. New

5. Present

6. Recent

7. Fresh

8. Latest

9. Novel

Contextual Examples:

Palikir Bazaar is one of the modern shopping complexes in this country.

Everything in this department still seems very new to her.

There were 500 people present in the meeting.

She was keen to forget her recent failures.

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