What is another word for stone age?
[ stˈə͡ʊn ˈe͡ɪd͡ʒ], [ stˈəʊn ˈeɪdʒ], [ s_t_ˈəʊ_n ˈeɪ_dʒ]
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Synonyms for Stone age:
n.• Other relevant words: (noun)
How to use "Stone age" in context?
Stone age is a time period that ranges from the Paleolithic era, which spanned from 2.6 million to 10,000 BC, to the Neolithic era, which followed, ending around 7,000 BC. During the Stone Age, humans became adept at making stone tools and weapons. They also began to domesticate plants and animals. The Stone Age is marked by the emergence of Homo sapiens as the dominant species on the planet.
Homophones for Stone age:
- siddons, Stonehenge, squatness, six times, steaming, sweetening, seating, stotinka, sightedness, steadying, St. Athanasius, stomachache, seediness, shouting, stomach ache, staining, stannic, stomachic, sea tang, sting, sodomize, skating, set to music, stinky, Stations, sitting, Sweetness, shutting, saddening, staunch, scudding, stomach, shading, studying, Steaminess, stink, stoutness, sootiness, shadowing, stung, stannous, scouting, St. Thomas, staidness, swathing, stunning, succeeding, squatting, stowing, stingy, sudanese, sweating, stance, sighting, stone-wash, stanza, suddenness, squattiness, stench, sustenance, soothing, steadiness, setting, shadowiness, stoning, stewing, suiting, St. Dominic, stanch, satanic, systemic, shedding, sodomise, satang, stonewash, sheet music, seething, shoddiness, systemise, sauteing, sheeting, sedateness, scathing, shooting, St. Denis, siding, sadness, Seth Thomas, shadiness, station house, St. Nick, systemize, sodding, sheathing, stenosis.
Holonyms for Stone age:
prehistory, prehistoric culture.
Meronym for Stone age:
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