Antonyms of NEWEST

Examples of usage:

  1. They are all here in any American commonwealth at the close of our century: the great tragedies are numbered- the oldest are the newest. "The Mettle of the Pasture" by James Lane Allen
  2. Our newest naval water- planes are fitted with British- built wireless apparatus of great range of action, and Messrs. "The Mastery of the Air" by William J. Claxton
  3. And so if there be any addicted to pride, and must needs be in all the newest fashions, how do their example provoke others to love and follow the same vanity; spending that upon their lusts which should relieve their own and others' wants. "The Works of John Bunyan Volume 3" by John Bunyan
  4. There was still a difference, however, for this time Cyril did not bring any music down to the piano, nor display anywhere a copy of his newest book. "Miss Billy" by Eleanor H. Porter
  5. If the brilliant things which he said were not quite the newest in the world, they were at least new to Clarissa, who rewarded his efforts to please her by seeming very much amused, and flattered, and stimulated him to new flights by her appreciation. "The Lovels of Arden" by M. E. Braddon
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