antiquary antiquary


  • (n) an expert or collector of antiquities



  1. She is heiress to a food fortune of well over $100 million, a celebrated hostess and philanthropist, an avid horticulturist, antiquary, boxing enthusiast and square-dance fancier.
  2. Cleveland's plaque, not terra cotta but marble, was discovered and owned originally by a Parisian antiquary and art critic named Eugene Piot.
  3. The English revival had been started by the late untidy-bearded Arnold Dolmetsch, musical antiquary.
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