antiquated[ an-ti-kwey-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF antiquated
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A dry, antiquated woman, she greeted me with unexpected frankness.
Some of them are antiquated; not all are legitimate; the best have their drawbacks.
"That theory is older than the discovery of the antiquated zipper," Spink orated.
The close black felt bonnet was rusty and of antiquated shape.
Remove the antiquated restrictions that enslave our daily actions.
If you heed it not, you may look meagre and antiquated by-and-by.
Antiquated as our popular follies was the organization of our small society.
That musket is antiquated now, but it did much execution in former days.
The antiquated coquette understood the trick that had been played her.
Miss Abingdon had antiquated notions of a chaperon's duties.