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mediaeval

[ mee-dee-ee-vuhl, med-ee-, mid-ee-, mid-ee-vuhl ]

adjective



mediaeval

/ ˌmɛdɪˈiːvəl /

adjective

  1. a variant spelling of medieval


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Other Words From

  • anti·medi·aeval adjective
  • anti·medi·aeval·ly adverb
  • postme·di·aeval adjective
  • pseudo·medi·aeval adjective
  • quasi-medi·aeval adjective
  • unme·di·aeval adjective

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Example Sentences

In doing so, he revealed the structures of an imperial ideology with a chronology and ambition that goes far beyond post-Soviet nostalgia to the mediaeval era.

By the same token, we adopted very strange measures, you know — locking down, and shutting down our economies, these almost mediaeval ways of dealing with this pandemic.

From Time

Doubtless the commentator habit is fixed in the nature of man; but it was pre-eminently mediaeval.

There are many fine old churches and much mediaeval architecture.

The collection of paintings and mediaeval furniture is one of the best in England.

In the North Choir Aisle, on opposite sides, may be seen two interesting mediaeval relics.

There is no painted glass of mediaeval date to be seen in the church; such as we find is modern.

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