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1Stone Age

noun

Definition of STONE AGE

1
:  the first known period of prehistoric human culture characterized by the use of stone tools — compare mesolithic, neolithic, paleolithic
2
:  a stage in a human institution or field of endeavor regarded as primitive, outmoded, or obsolete <the Stone Age of information handling before computers>

First Known Use of STONE AGE

1854

2Stone Age

adjective

Definition of STONE AGE

1
:  of, relating to, or resembling the culture of the Stone Age especially in the use of stone implements <modern Stone Age peoples> <our Stone Age ancestors>
2
:  primitive, outmoded, or unsophisticated (as in ideas or technology) by currently accepted standards <marauding mercenaries with Stone Age political ideas — Robert Moss> <using a Stone Age camera>

Examples of STONE AGE

  1. <Stone Age attitudes about the raising of children.>

First Known Use of STONE AGE

1865

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