obsolete

Part of speech: noun

Obsoleteness.

Part of speech: adjective

Gone out of use; discarded; antiquated.

Part of speech: noun

An obsolete word or expression.

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Usage examples "obsolete":

  1. Probably related to build is the obsolete Bottle, a building, whence Harbottle. - "The Romance of Names", Ernest Weekley.
  2. In fact, I believe she pointed out that the customs of the Stone Age were obsolete. - "Torchy, Private Sec.", Sewell Ford.
  3. His English in Ireland was approaching completion, and he had in his mind a scheme for throwing fresh light on the age of Charles V. Principal Robertson's standard book was in many respects obsolete. - "The Life of Froude", Herbert Paul.