Uncivilised vs Antique - What's the difference?

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Uncivilised is a related term of antique.


As adjectives the difference between uncivilised and antique

is that uncivilised is while antique is old, used especially of furniture and household items; out of date.

As a noun antique is

an old piece of furniture, household item, or other similar item.

As a verb antique is

(label) to shop for antiques; to search for antiques.

uncivilised

English

Adjective

(en adjective)
  • antique

    English

    Adjective

    (er)
  • Old, used especially of furniture and household items; out of date.
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    Noun

    (en noun)
  • An old piece of furniture, household item, or other similar item.
  • An old person.
  • Verb

    (antiqu)
  • (label) To shop for antiques; to search for antiques.
  • (label) To make an object appear to be an antique in some way.