Definition of neolith in English:

neolith

Syllabification: ne·o·lith
Pronunciation: /ˈnēəˌliTH
 
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noun

A stone implement used during the Neolithic Period.
More example sentences
  • Interestingly, the more advanced neoliths are even older, somewhere in excess of 23 million years.
  • At any rate I'm suggesting that the neoliths had to be transported over a relatively smooth path.
  • Besides, there are some very fine neoliths from Bihar and Uttar Pradesh kept in the museum.

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