verb (used with object), an·tiqued, an·ti·quing.
verb (used without object), an·tiqued, an·ti·quing.
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Example sentences from the Web for antique
Cummings, a retired antique store owner, moved from Newton and found ideological kinship just across the county line, in rural and ever-redder Jasper.In neighboring Georgia counties, election revealed a growing divide that mirrors the nation|Haisten Willis, Griff Witte|November 30, 2020|Washington Post
In this line of thinking, it’s okay to chuckle when Borat destroys an antique shop’s goods in the first film because the owner has some Confederate paraphernalia.You should side with Borat’s victims, not mock them|Sonny Bunch|October 30, 2020|Washington Post
Chuck and Lucius brought a Victorian hamper filled with fine china plates, Austrian crystal, silver, and antique damask napkins.To Find Hope in American Cooking, James Beard Looked to the West Coast|John Birdsall|October 2, 2020|Eater
Although the cabin is off the grid, you can plug in at the main house, and there’s warm water for showers and the antique bathtub on the porch.
The metal is finished in an antique bronze color, and comes fully assembled.Wine bottle holders and racks that make sophisticated gifts|PopSci Commerce Team|September 29, 2020|Popular Science
The library in Williamsburg itself is illuminated with antique filament bulbs and everything inside is of the past or a nod to it.
Fully when I got that call I was at an antique mall with my mom.
She was in a Chicago antique mall with her mom when she found out she got the audition.
For $4, he bought an antique picture frame and everything it contained.7 Historically Significant Artifacts Rescued by Happenstance|The Daily Beast|October 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
We need to talk about economic fairness, even justice—an antique-sounding but still important word—not economic diversity.
It was an antique, half-Gothic, half-Saracenic looking edifice, which they now approached.
It is architecturally more pleasing and its windows are among the finest examples of antique stained glass in the Kingdom.
Pictures, tapestry, antique articles of furniture which had been in the house for centuries still remained.The Everlasting Arms|Joseph Hocking
On the front of the house was an ancient sun-dial, and across it, in antique letters, the legend "Time will show."
The germs of a new life, says Dr. Lbke, were in embryo in the dying antique world.The Catacombs of Rome|William Henry Withrow
British Dictionary definitions for antique
- a decorative object, piece of furniture, or other work of art created in an earlier period, that is collected and valued for its beauty, workmanship, and age
- (as modifier)an antique shop