There was one daunting, archaic elevator, and a flight of stairs with no lights.
Texas Red Braised Beef Short Ribs by Matt and Ted Lee In Texas, “red” is archaic slang for chili con carne.
I admired their bejeweled medals and dazzling crowns and archaic castles.
Too many shows meet their demise way early because of an archaic way of counting.
For some reason he revives this archaic label that has not been in general use in Israel for several decades.
The form suggests the wooden and horn spoons of the modern tribes and may have originated in their archaic prototypes.
The style in which they are executed is called Hieratic, or archaic.
What Thanet thought of it all, the little island kept secret, hiding its surmises in the thicket of her own archaic forests.
The inscription is in Attic Greek, but the spelling is archaic.
archaic spelling of 'encrease' and 'encreased' retained; three occurrences of 'increase' etc. also retained Pg 52 et al.
1810, from or by influence of French archaique (1776), ultimately from Greek arkhaikos "old-fashioned," from arkhaios "ancient," from arkhe "beginning" (see archon). Archaical is attested from 1799.