neolithic

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neolithic (comparative more neolithic, superlative most neolithic)

  1. Alternative spelling of Neolithic
    • 1926, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, The Land of Mist[1]:
      With this thought in his mind, Challenger gave a contemptuous and condescending consent to the proposal that he should grace with his presence a proceeding which was, in his opinion, more fitted to the stone cabin of a neolithic savage than to the serious attention of one who represented the accumulated culture and wisdom of the human race.
  2. (informal) hopelessly outdated
    What am I supposed to do with this neolithic piece of machinery?

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