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Noun
An object surviving from an earlier time, especially one of historical interest
“The saddle no longer looked like an interesting historical relic but an instrument of torture.”
Noun
A trace or remnant of something that is disappearing or no longer exists
“It was a faint relic of the earlier belief in a divine presence within the church.”
Noun
An object that serves as a reminder of a past event, person or experience
“I will keep this note as a relic. Every line now traced by the hand of my dear brother becomes a treasure to me.”
Noun
A once-popular or influential person who is now in decline from their peak
“Nathan Shane, its 61-year old owner, is a relic of the banking industry.”
Noun
A part of a deceased holy person's body, typically kept as an object of reverence
“Why should only I, of all the other princes of the world, be cased up like a holy relic?”
Noun
The erroneous dating of an event, circumstance, or object
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Organic remains of a previous time or period
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Something left or handed down by a predecessor
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A part of something that is left over when other parts have been completed, used, or dealt with
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Noun
A dull old fellow
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A slight trace or vestige of something
Noun
A weak or inferior remnant or version of something
Noun
Result of heavy drinking
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A reversion to an earlier stage of development
Noun
A statue or structure established to remind people of a person or event
Adjective
Characterized by outdatedness and something that's not trending at the moment
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