Word usage examples
New agey, like heaven without the harps and angelic choirs and pink clouds and alabaster pillars, or whatever.
There are dozens of Web sites devoted to the manuscript, from the dense and scholarly to the New agey and fanciful.
Watts and Law as they struggle to reconcile their materialistic lifestyle with the New agey hoo-ha into which they have newly bought.
One of those New agey types, miniature fountain in the waiting room, patronizing voice.
The front of the store offered a browsing area for customers interested in purchasing everything from crystals to incense to candles to oils to wands and other symbolic instruments of ritual magic - your typical New agey stuff.
That it became, in the course of ages, a populous and mighty nation, from whose overflowings the shores of the Gulf of Mexico, the Mississippi River, the amazon, the Pacific coast of South america, the Mediterranean, the west coast of Europe and africa, the Baltic, the Black Sea, and the Caspian were populated by civilized nations.
I will now describe the plain, which had been cultivated during many ages by many generations of kings.
Paradise, and the emblem of the cross surrounded by a circle, which, as we will show hereafter, was, from the earliest pre-Christian ages, accepted as the emblem of the Garden of Eden.
Plato did not invent the name of Poseidon, for the worship of Poseidon was universal in the earliest ages of Europe.
North atlantic before america began to be, and onward at least through the palæozoic ages of american history.