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The example sentences of ANCIENT in videos (15 in total of 1917)

back adverb to to ancient adjective rome noun, singular or mass or coordinating conjunction ancient adjective greece noun, singular or mass involving verb, gerund or present participle an determiner emphasis noun, singular or mass on preposition or subordinating conjunction marble noun, singular or mass structures noun, plural such adjective as preposition or subordinating conjunction columns noun, plural
was verb, past tense documented verb, past participle by preposition or subordinating conjunction hippocrates proper noun, singular in preposition or subordinating conjunction ancient proper noun, singular greece proper noun, singular , and coordinating conjunction ancient proper noun, singular egyptian proper noun, singular mummies proper noun, singular from preposition or subordinating conjunction 2400 cardinal number bc proper noun, singular show noun, singular or mass
customs noun, plural of preposition or subordinating conjunction ancient adjective india proper noun, singular , when wh-adverb the determiner rajahs noun, plural , upon preposition or subordinating conjunction accession noun, singular or mass to to the determiner throne noun, singular or mass , gave verb, past tense the determiner ancient adjective
in preposition or subordinating conjunction today noun, singular or mass western adjective world noun, singular or mass but coordinating conjunction it personal pronoun has verb, 3rd person singular present been verb, past participle an determiner ancient adjective tradition noun, singular or mass such adjective as preposition or subordinating conjunction ancient adjective china noun, singular or mass
ancient adjective age noun, singular or mass i personal pronoun had verb, past tense to to think verb, base form for preposition or subordinating conjunction a determiner second adjective which wh-determiner color verb, non-3rd person singular present this determiner was verb, past tense ancient adjective age noun, singular or mass
the determiner herb noun, singular or mass has verb, 3rd person singular present been verb, past participle found verb, past participle in preposition or subordinating conjunction ancient proper noun, singular egyptian proper noun, singular tombs noun, plural , but coordinating conjunction it personal pronoun was verb, past tense hugely adverb popular adjective in preposition or subordinating conjunction ancient proper noun, singular
when wh-adverb we personal pronoun consider verb, non-3rd person singular present the determiner first adjective great adjective civilizations noun, plural , we personal pronoun usually adverb go verb, non-3rd person singular present to to ancient adjective egypt proper noun, singular or coordinating conjunction the determiner ancient adjective
they personal pronoun were verb, past tense already adverb ancient adjective history noun, singular or mass to to people noun, plural in preposition or subordinating conjunction ancient adjective history noun, singular or mass , which wh-determiner led verb, past tense to to some determiner pretty adverb
cleopatra proper noun, singular was verb, past tense perhaps adverb one cardinal number of preposition or subordinating conjunction ancient adjective egypt proper noun, singular s proper noun, singular most adverb, superlative iconic adjective leaders noun, plural , and coordinating conjunction by preposition or subordinating conjunction far adverb ancient adjective egypt proper noun, singular s proper noun, singular
ancient adjective egyptians verb, 3rd person singular present they personal pronoun had verb, past tense egyptian noun, singular or mass blue adjective it personal pronoun was verb, past tense used verb, past participle all determiner throughout preposition or subordinating conjunction ancient adjective egypt noun, singular or mass and coordinating conjunction ancient adjective rome noun, singular or mass
built verb, past participle to to emulate verb, base form the determiner ancient adjective capital noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner tang noun, singular or mass dynasty noun, singular or mass there existential there are verb, non-3rd person singular present ancient adjective relics noun, plural built verb, past participle throughout preposition or subordinating conjunction
and coordinating conjunction the determiner ancient adjective one cardinal number or coordinating conjunction the determiner ancient proper noun, singular of preposition or subordinating conjunction days proper noun, singular that wh-determiner 's verb, 3rd person singular present god proper noun, singular the determiner father noun, singular or mass sat verb, past tense down adverb to to
behind preposition or subordinating conjunction every determiner wonder noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner ancient adjective world noun, singular or mass was verb, past tense an determiner ancient adjective geometry noun, singular or mass nerd noun, singular or mass who wh-pronoun laid verb, past tense out preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner
ancient proper noun, singular jedi proper noun, singular what wh-pronoun 's verb, 3rd person singular present with preposition or subordinating conjunction snoke proper noun, singular and coordinating conjunction making verb, gerund or present participle kylo proper noun, singular use noun, singular or mass an determiner ancient adjective lightsaber proper noun, singular design noun, singular or mass as preposition or subordinating conjunction mentioned verb, past participle ?
so adverb pardee proper noun, singular figured verb, past tense that preposition or subordinating conjunction these determiner ancient adjective shorelines noun, plural were verb, past tense formed verb, past participle by preposition or subordinating conjunction an determiner ancient adjective lake noun, singular or mass whose possessive wh-pronoun source noun, singular or mass

Use "ancient" in a sentence | "ancient" example sentences

How to use "ancient" in a sentence?

  • All good fortune is a gift of the gods, and you don't win the favor of the ancient gods by being good, but by being bold.
    -Anita Brookner-
  • Things thought too long can be no longer thought, For beauty dies of beauty, worth of worth, And ancient lineaments are blotted out.
    -William Butler Yeats-
  • Somewhere there is an ancient enmity between our daily life and the great work. Help me in saying it, to understand it.
    -Rainer Maria Rilke-
  • Happiness, in the ancient, noble sense, means self-fulfillment—and is given to those who use to the fullest whatever talents God … bestowed upon them.
    -Leo Rosten-
  • What art was to the ancient world, Science is to the modern; the distinctive faculty. In the minds of men, the useful has succeeded to the beautiful.
    -Benjamin Disraeli-
  • There is no body of ancient literature in the world which enjoys such a wealth of good textual attestation as the New Testament.
    -F. F. Bruce-
  • I'm a big history buff so to walk the streets...the ancient world like that was pretty astounding.
    -Leonardo DiCaprio-
  • If we look to the history of other nations, ancient or modern, we find no example of a growth so rapid, so gigantic, of a people so prosperous and happy.
    -James Monroe-

Definition and meaning of ANCIENT

What does "ancient mean?"

/ˈān(t)SHənt/

ancient

adjective
Very old; having lived a very long time ago.
noun
old man.

What are synonyms of "ancient"?
Some common synonyms of "ancient" are:
  • earliest,
  • first,
  • early,
  • past,
  • former,
  • bygone,
  • prehistoric,
  • primeval,
  • primordial,
  • primitive,
  • classical,
  • olden,
  • foregone,

You can find detailed definitions of them on this page.

/ˈərlē/

earliest
adjective adverb

happening before usual time. before usual time.

/fərst/

first
adjective noun number

1st; Coming before all others in time or place. Something that has not happened before. coming before all others.

/ˈərlē/

early
adjective adverb

Happening or appearing before. Coming/happening before others in a time sequence.

/past/

past
adjective adverb noun preposition

gone by in time. so as to pass something. Time that existed before now, e.g. long ago. After a particular time.

/ˈfôrmər/

former
adjective noun

Being something previously, but not now. The first mentioned.

/ˈbīˌɡôn/

bygone
adjective noun

Of times gone by; past. thing dating from earlier time.

/ˌprē(h)iˈstôrik/

prehistoric
adjective

of period before written records.

/prīˈmēvəl/

primeval
adjective

of earliest time in history.

/prīˈmôrdēəl/

primordial
adjective

existing at or from beginning of time.

/ˈprimədiv/

primitive
adjective noun

Being at an early or simple stage of development. person belonging to primitive society.

/ˈklasək(ə)l/

classical
adjective

Concerning the culture of ancient Greece or Rome.

/ˈōldən/

olden
adjective

relating to former times.

/fôrˈɡôn/

foregone
adjective verb

past. To give up the enjoyment or advantage of.

What are antonyms of "ancient"?
Some common antonyms of "ancient" are:
  • recent,
  • contemporary,

You can find detailed definitions of them on this page.

/ˈrēs(ə)nt/

recent
adjective noun

Happening or beginning not long ago. Holocene epoch.

/kənˈtempəˌrerē/

contemporary
adjective noun

living or occurring at same time. Person doing things at the same time as you.

Phrases and Idioms that contain "ancient"

Ancient History

Something, such as a disagreement, that happened long ago and ought to be fo ...

Something, such as a disagreement, that happened long ago and ought to be forgotten

the Ancient of Days

a biblical title for God.

a biblical title for God.

the Ancient of Days

A name for the Christian God, as used in Daniel 7:9 in the Bible.

A name for the Christian God, as used in Daniel 7:9 in the Bible.

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