Medieval and New

Medieval

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Medieval adjective – Having passed its time of use or usefulness.
Usage example: get rid of that medieval kerosene stove—it stinks and it's dangerous

New is an antonym for medieval in old topic.
Nearby Words: medievalism, medievalist
Antonyms for Medieval

New

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New adjective – Taking the place of one that came before.
Medieval is an antonym for new.
Nearby Words: newness, newly, newish
Antonyms for New
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Things that words describes

life medieval life new life
people medieval people new people
style medieval style new style
series medieval series new series
Other nouns: characters, level, technology, universe, game, age, version, era, planet, city, weapons, levels, warriors.

Both words in one sentence

  • The survivors are horrified at the state of their new home, having expected a pacified medieval world instead of a planet in the grips of a Cold War.
  • Video Game / Medieval: Total War Game Mod: The XL Mod, one of the first mods for Medieval, expanded the scope of the game by introducing new factions and units.
  • It had representation as the site of a medieval bishopric, which moved in the 13th century when construction began on a new cathedral.
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New and Medieval. (2016). Retrieved 2019, December 15, from https://thesaurus.plus/related/medieval/new
Medieval & New. N.p., 2016. Web. 15 Dec. 2019. <https://thesaurus.plus/related/medieval/new>.
New or Medieval. 2016. Accessed December 15, 2019. https://thesaurus.plus/related/medieval/new.

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