Lesson 24 - Old hat, new hat?

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Words Relating to the Old or the New

antediluvian

(adj) very, very old; antiquated

antiquated

(adj) very old and no longer in use; obsolete

antiquity

(n) ancient times

archaic

(adj) old; from a much earlier time; antiquated

obsolete

(adj) old; outdated, no longer in use

relic

(n) a custom or object that has been around for a very, very long time

contemporary

(adj) modern, new; relating to the same time period

inception

(n) the start, the beginning of something

innovation

(n) something new

novel

(adj) new

unprecedented

(adj) novel; unparalleled

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