She thought that many animated films had fallen into a sort of relic category.
Cameron's "Big Idea" is that the world has changed, and that old-style, top-down government is a relic of a bygone era.
Still, this advances the idea that racism is a relic of the past.
Marrero himself was hardly a “cup of coffee” relic or a minor character belatedly retrieved from the dustbin of baseball history.
Until the French Revolution, this relic was part of a larger collection, watched over by the region's Dominican friars.
A relic of Flodden Field , a ring, was found in 1783, on the site of the battle.
I looked with interested curiosity at a relic so curious in this land.
Another interesting and pathetic find was a spur, engraved with “En loial amour, tout mon coer,” the relic of some unknown knight.
You're not a proper selection for a relic at all, and you give a bad impression of your company.
It is a relic of the age of gold, when this precious metal was used in a thousand forms, not seen to-day.
early 13c., "body part or other object from a holy person," from Old French relique (11c., plural reliques), from Late Latin reliquiæ (plural) "remains of a martyr," in classical Latin "remains, remnants," noun use of fem. plural of reliquus "remaining, that which remains," related to relinquere (perfective reliqui) "to leave behind" (see relinquish). Sense of "remains, ruins" is from early 14c. Old English used reliquias, directly from Latin.