extinct

Part of speech: adjective

Extinguished; disused; inactive; non - existent.

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Usage examples "extinct":

  1. It has not a feather's weight of importance in the minds of the worldly, the fashionable, the pleasure- seeking; its sentiment is extinct, save in a few faithful ignorant hearts, who adore what they cannot comprehend, and live in a state of hope that all will come right in some vague future." - "The Mystery of a Turkish Bath", E.M. Gollan (AKA Rita).
  2. Rick looked up at the extinct cone of El Viejo. - "The Flaming Mountain", Harold Leland Goodwin.
  3. It was, he said, highly mountainous- in fact he believed it to be an extinct volcano, with a water filled crater reached only by a narrow passage from the sea. - "The Image and the Likeness", John Scott Campbell.