Definition of arachic
very old or old-fashioned.
That is why we profess a spiritual kinship with primitive and archaic art.
Example of arachic
‘The newspaper industry prices itself in a way that is at best archaic and at worst antediluvian,’ he says.
And then we got Greek naturalism coming along within 50 years, I mean, it was from the archaic period to the high classical period.
Because they are short or perceived as popular, certain archaic words survive in newspaper usage: agog, foe, hustings, scribe, slay.
By discovering the archaic roots of Indian culture, he came to understand the deep structures of his own national folklore.
Concerning the archaic period, Reed admits that he is engaging in ‘cautious guesswork’.
Concerts were staged in Hebrew and archaic Spanish, and ancient folklore dances were performed on Sunday.
Director of the Scottish Tourist Forum, Ivan Broussine, warned that archaic attitudes were threatening the health of the tourist industry.
He is often coupled with the archaic poet Hesiod who wrote the Theogony and Works and Days.
I believe that the archaic attitudes that were displayed in the past are being whittled away very consistently, and that we are now moving quite strongly towards a very commercially focused industry.
In any event, the development of pharmacological drugs and community-based programs causes laws on commitment to a hospital to be regarded as archaic vestiges of a bygone era.