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archaic
used in Of Human Bondage

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so extremely old as to seem to belong to an earlier period; or obsolete
  • He spoke to Philip in correct, rather archaic English, having learned it from a study of the English classics, not from conversation; and it was odd to hear him use words colloquially which Philip had only met in the plays of Shakespeare.
    21-22 — Chapters 21-22 (82% in)

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