Definition of Archaises

1. archaise [v] - See also: archaise



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Archaises

archaeozoologist
archaeozoologists
archaeozoology
archaeplastid
archaeus
archaic
archaic-paralogical thinking
archaical
archaically
archaicism
archaics
archaio-
archaiopteryx
archaise
archaised
archaises (current term)
archaising
archaism
archaisms
archaist
archaistic
archaists
archaize
archaized
archaizer
archaizers
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archangel
archangelic

Literary usage of Archaises

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1. The Works of William Shakespeare by William Shakespeare (1901)
"In IV. and V. he archaises no more and cultivates the five-foot measure, the ornate phrase, and the interwoven rhymes of the Elizabethan sonneteer. ..."

2. Homer and His Age by Andrew Lang (1906)
"Yet Quintus consciously archaises, in a critical age, with Homer as his model. Any one who believes that in an uncritical age rhapsodists ..."

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