Definition of Antiquer

1. Noun. A person who finishes furniture or objects so they have the appearance of an antique. (Either for decoration or to perpetrate a fraud.) ¹



2. Noun. (slang) A person who browses for antiques. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Antiquer

1. one that antiques [n -S] - See also: antiques

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Antiquer

antiquatedly
antiquatedness
antiquates
antiquating
antiquation
antiquations
antique
antique shop
antique white
antiqued
antiqueen
antiquely
antiqueness
antiquer
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antiquitarian
antiquitarians
antiquities
antiquity
antirabbinic
antirabbinical

Literary usage of Antiquer

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1. Hall's Essay on the Rights of the Crown and the Privileges of the Subject in by Robert Gream Hall, Richard Loveland Loveland (1875)
"Vide Carter Antiquer, 0. 1. A grant by Edward the Confessor to the abbey of ... Carter Antiquer, DD 24. But it seems the grant of incrementa maritima will ..."

2. Journal of the American Oriental Society by American Oriental Society (1889)
"This is the antiquer form, but is kept till the latest time (cf. xiii. 157.33), although parallel stands a fuller list, 'women, dice, hunting, drinking, ..."

3. The Harleian Miscellany; Or, A Collection of Scarce, Curious, and by William Oldys, John Malham (1810)
"... late English arms, in Ireland, has as much signalised the true British valour, as any of the antiquer monuments of our remoter recorded predecessors. ..."

4. Wolfert's Roost, and Other Papers, Now First Collected by Washington Irving (1855)
"... alcayde, or military governor of Antiquer a. It was a frontier post of his command ; but he passed most of his time there, because its situation on the ..."

5. Essays on the Greek Christian Poets and the English Poets by Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1864)
"... for divinity and too vivacious for marble,— placed in a company of the antiquer statues with their grand blind look of the almightiness of repose. ..."

6. The Greek Christian Poets and the English Poets by Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1863)
"... for divinity and too vivacious for marble,— placed in a company of the antiquer statues with their grand blind look of the almightiness of repose. ..."

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