aceramic

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adjective ace·ram·ic \(ˈ)ā-sə-ˈra-mik, especially British -kə-\

Definition of aceramic

archaeology

  1. :  not producing, having, or including pottery The asbestos ware had not yet spread to the northernmost part of Scandinavia where aceramic cultures still prevailed. — Ari Siiriäinen, The Cambridge History of Scandanavia: Prehistory to 1520, 2003 aceramic deposits

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Origin and Etymology of aceramic

2a- + 1ceramic


First Known Use: 1961


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