We find none of the marks of inexperience and archaism which are so conspicuous in the statues of Sepa and Nesa.
An archaism for a channel of the sea, and not a mispronunciation of race (which see).
His style is by no means destitute of archaism, but it is clear, fluent, and agreeable.
As for the archaism, that is well enough for those who like it.
As regards the style of my translation, I hope the tinge of archaism I have given it will be felt to suit the matter.
As it existed in Germany it has been condemned to extinction by reason of its archaism.
Zweig has steered his course skilfully between the dangers of archaism and anachronism.
Paine's use of the word "lies" in this connection is an archaism.
The archaism of their silhouettes strikes us from the first, as much as their isolation in such a place.
This is an archaism which would be laughable if it were not so dangerous in its effects.
1640s, "retention of what is old and obsolete," from Modern Latin archaismus, from Greek arkhaismos, from arkhaizein "to copy the ancients" (in language, etc.); see archaic. Meaning "an archaic word or expression" is from c.1748.