Antediluvian in a sentence

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Antediluvian meaning and collocations;

Meaning: [adjective] outdated; prehistoric; very old-fashioned ;

That man has antediluvian ideas about women. Your wife will probably hate him.

We have an antediluvian automobile, which was firstly produced in 1920s.

My Granddad is antediluvian in his political notions.

Ted has antediluvian ideas about the role of women in the work and child upraising.

The butterfly ballot wasn’t antediluvian technology; it was a bad innovation.

The antediluvian world where Enoch ruled as King, Ord of Darom raised his family and the Watcher’s descended.

For the Mesopotamian antecedents, “the reigns of the antediluvian kings range from 18,600 to nearly 65,000 years.

The whole of humanity has descended from Noah’s family and the Flood destroyed the entire antediluvian race.

The basement behind formed the firs fire station with its antediluvian engine, and opposite was the police station.