Sentence example with the word 'obsolete'


abandoned, archaic, dead and buried, disused, gone glimmering, not worth saving, old-timey, out of use, passed away, run out

Definition adj. no longer in use

Last update: December 15, 2016


It seems to me an obsolete speculation, but it implies no moral delinquency.   [adjective]


I thought that modern mines, along with advanced detection and hull technologies would have made the wooden minesweeper obsolete by now.   [verb]


That is an obsolete expression.   [verb]


Our home security system was installed sixteen years ago and now it is obsolete.   [Please select]


Transcriber's Note Every effort has been made to replicate this text as faithfully as possible, including obsolete and variant spellings and other inconsistencies.   [Please select]


In 1832, the word bousingot formed the interim between the word jacobin, which had become obsolete, and the word demagogue which has since rendered such excellent service.   [Please select]


These utterly obsolete personages were served by domestics of the same stamp.   [adjective]


To increase the rustic effect Spenser uses strange forms of speech and obsolete words, to such an extent that Jonson complained his works are not English or any other language.   [adjective]


Perchance they are not obsolete at the present day.   [Please select]

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obsolescent - obsolete - obsoletely