He must have had his pass bar-coded onto the shoulder of his antique tuxedo, for he did not break or even slow his stride.
The antique shades of blush, sage and bronze are just right.
Besides the great food, I love checking out the city's flea markets, antique shops, and museums.
Under reclaimed, antique light bulbs, fantastic music inspires uninhibited dancing.
Classical allusions, poetical turns of phrase, antique diction, recondite words.
But the said number is a ballad number, and has been since the antique time.
There must be someone who knows that the Pink Vulture of Megalia is not an antique.
Their mode of worship has retained something of the antique gaiety.
Nobody appeared without them; but I could not see any of an antique make.
How well in thee appearsThe constant service of the antique world,When service sweat for duty, not for meed!
1530s, "aged, venerable," from Middle French antique "old" (14c.), from Latin antiquus (later anticus) "ancient, former, of olden times; old, long in existence, aged; venerable; old-fashioned," from PIE *anti in sense of "before" (see ante) + *okw- "appearance" (see eye (n.)). Originally pronounced in English like its parallel antic, but French pronunciation and spelling were adopted from c.1700.
"an old and collectible thing," 1771, from antique (adj.).
"to give an antique appearance to," 1896, from antique (adj.). Related: Antiqued; antiquing.