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antique +‎ -ation


antiquation (usually uncountable, plural antiquations)

  1. (uncountable) The process of becoming antique or obsolete.
  2. (countable) Something that is antique or obsolete.
    • 1874, Alexander Ferrier Mitchell, John Paterson Struthers, Minutes of the sessions of the Westminster assembly of divines
      What to Planck and to many of his contemporaries seemed perfectly indifferent antiquations, have again come to be regarded as questions of engrossing interest and vital importance []

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