anciently anciently


  • (adv) in ancient times; long ago


  1. The Review then told discreetly of an unnamed scientist who decided to pit a modern wetting agent against that anciently proverbial shedder of waterthe plumage of a duck.
  2. MANY a peer of England is more anciently British than the royal family.
  3. Their root causes lie deep in an anciently depressed economy.


  • Female world title tripleheader in Japan announced

    Our Japanese culture anciently came from China through Korea and partly from China directly. We use Chinese letters on behalf of your alphabet, and created our own letters by modifying the original Chinese letters.
    on February 16, 2014     Source:

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