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archaic
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so extremely old as to seem to belong to an earlier period; or obsolete
  • It was almost lunchtime, and the earliest arrivals were drifting into the headquarters mess halls, the enlisted men and officers separating into different dining halls on facing sides of the archaic rotunda.
    Chapter 20 — Corporal Whitcomb (21% in)

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