Stone Age

(redirected from Stone-age)
Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Words related to Stone Age

References in periodicals archive ?
Stone-age dieters argue that when about 10,000 years ago we discovered fire and learned how to cook, we started going off the rails food-wise, and have continued ever since.
To follow the stone-age diet you have to imagine what it was like to have lived before humans learned to till the land.
INDONESIA'S MODERN STONE-AGE FAMILIES TRADITION LOSES OUT TO RELIGION AND POKEMON
The king of Bedrock meets the king of the alley when "Top Cat," Manhattan's slickest alley cat and "The Flintstones," America's favorite stone-age family come to DVD on December 7, 2004.
So, pretending to be on a modern Stone-Age family vacation, Fred wings overseas to Eurock for some wild and woolly-mammoth intrigue.
The new proof comes from skeletal remains of Stone-Age hunter-gatherers, who resided in what is now Morocco more than 13,700 years ago, the BBC reported.
Dr Peter Marsh of the Social Issues Research Centre, who has been working with First Alternative Woman, said: "Our 21st Century skulls, although full of learned behaviours about what we should do in certain situations, essentially contain Stone-Age brains and the brains of men and women are different in certain crucial aspects.
But respected scientists Robert Lomas and Christopher Knight - the authors of a controversial new book about standing stones - claim our stone-age ancestors were more than 5,000 years ahead of them.