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  • adj. Alternative spelling of troglodytic.


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  • So far, the only visible support you evince is from trogloditic cave-dwellers devoted to moving society backward as far as possible (hey, let's bring back slavery) or, as they describe themselves, troglobytes (trilobytic "little people").

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  • He and his eighteenth-century, trogloditic Boston were suddenly cut apart, —separated forever, —in act if not in sentiment, by the opening of the Boston and Albany Railroad; the appearance of the first Cunard steamers in the bay; and the telegraphic messages which carried from Baltimore to Washington the news that Henry Clay and James K. Polk were nominated for the Presidency.

    Quincy (1838–1848)

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