Medieval and Venerable


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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

Venerable and medieval are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Venerable" instead an adjective "Medieval".
Nearby Words: medievalism, medievalist
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Venerable adjective – Dating or surviving from the distant past.
Usage example: a venerable tradition that colleges have been maintaining for centuries

Medieval and venerable are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Medieval" instead an adjective "Venerable".
Nearby Words: venerate, veneration, venerated, venerating, venerably
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series medieval series venerable series
characters medieval characters venerable characters
game medieval game venerable game
age medieval age venerable age
Other nouns: history, ages, Settings.
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