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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

Of, relating to, or existing in times antedating written history.

Usage examples (27)
  • A line of pelicans glided prehistorically just above his head.
  • Germany prehistorically sentimental and aulic, ringing all the changes of a Pomeranian mysticism.
  • And then I watched the elephants on my computer screen one last time, their swaying, prehistorically huge forms.
  • Limited archeological work suggests that even more species were present in Fiji, and Wallis and Futuna prehistorically. for more
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