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
Gazing into the windows of Elbé, the Paris shop selling affiches de voyages — antique travel posters — makes these past few months recede like a bad dream.In a gray, empty Paris, this corner shop’s colorful posters transport you wherever you want to go|Lily Radziemski|February 19, 2021|Washington Post
It’s a 20th-century antique that, when foiled by 21st-century factors, can send us back to the 19th century, when Thomas Edison’s company built coal-fired dynamos on Pearl Street to illuminate Lower Manhattan.
The rest comes from walk-ins with special requests such as a bridal gown or antique rug.Parkway Cleaners fuels growth through innovation and custom work|Thomas Heath|January 31, 2021|Washington Post
In the Tapestry Gallery at Biltmore, Borchers incorporates teal and gold streaming ribbons on the tree, which tie in the room’s featured antique tapestries.Seven ways to elevate your holiday decorating, according to the pros at Biltmore|Virginia Brown|December 10, 2020|Washington Post
At his farm, there’s also an antique tractor customers can ride.Christmas trees are getting more expensive as Americans remain homebound|Rachel King|December 2, 2020|Fortune
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