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Sat vocab 24

Mrs.Hahn English I

antediluvian ridiculously old-fashioned. in the old days an antediluvian item is the rotary phone.
antiquated old-fashioned or outdated.Give up the antiquated morals or the relationship.
antiquity the quality of being ancient; ancientness.An example of something that is in a state of antiquity is a very old car.
archaic very old or old-fashioned. Schools are run on archaic methods
obsolete no longer produced or used; out of date.An example of obsolete is a VCR or Sony Walkman.
relic an object surviving from an earlier time, especially one of historical or sentimental interest.An old tool from ancient times is an example of a relic.
contemporary belonging to or occurring in the present.An example of contemporary is furniture in the modern style.
inception an act, process, or instance of beginning. every school year is a new inception beginning for all of us students.
innovation a new method, idea, product. Back in the industrial revolution,their were a lot of innovation that created new things.
novel Something new.Their is always somethings that our novel in our school and community.
unprecedented never done or known before. An example of unprecedented is the Olympic athlete taking home nine medals, and also setting a new record.
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