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He and Burns fought for the now-defunct Blackzilians, a team of professional fighters based in South Florida, starting in 2011.

Casey Primozic, the programmer who created the now-defunct app, tweeted his finding in May that he had traced large volumes of traffic back to servers that appeared to belong to those firms.

It started working with now-defunct WPP-owned Triad more than a decade ago to sell ads on its Walmart and Sam’s Club sites, for example.

From Digiday

Another is that, even as an episode of MTV’s defunct teen self-actualization reality series Made, it would feel a bit lazy.

From Time

It’s unclear when Greene first recorded the post, but she said she was working on behalf of American Truth Seekers, a now-defunct blog devoted to conspiracy theories.

Ed first appeared in 1987 on City By Night, a talk show on Newton Cable, a now-defunct offbeat indie cable network.

Does this mean Bad Gal Ri-Ri's now defunct account on the social media site may have an effect on what people are buying?

At the same time as I was studying, I was freelancing as a sub-editor for a national newspaper—the now defunct Sunday Tribune.

“The Democratic Party is just about defunct in the South,” he said.

Recent scrutiny—and the Japanese fallout—led to a suspension from his current job with the defunct ministry.

Le 134 defunct estoit couch sur vn ais appuy de quatre fourches, & fut couvert de peaux.

At her bosom she wore a great brooch, containing intertwined locks of a grandfather and grandmother long since defunct.

Chartism is defunct, notwithstanding the efforts made by its dishonoured and discomfited leaders to revive it.

And Paul was sorely puzzled, whether the encomium applied to the defunct or himself.

"Posin's done ferrying now," said Dan Rudder, one of the defunct's old companions in the service of Roughgrove.

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On this page you'll find 44 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to defunct, such as: nonexistent, obsolete, vanished, asleep, bygone, and cold.

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