Thesaurus / obsolescent
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The obsolescent Atahocan seems to have had no moral activity.

There is another word, a synonym, which is now obsolescent, though it is at times used in poetry.

H. R.Edwin Lefevre

But Atahocan is obsolescent, and his name is nearly equivalent to an old wife's fable, a story of events au temps jadis.

The methods of burning cement described above are obsolescent.

His original instructions were obsolescent and he readily adapted himself to the altered situation.

A Handbook of the Boer WarGale and Polden, Limited

The countless codes, now obsolescent, over which dead eyes had grown dim!

From this time scourging may be regarded as obsolescent and soon to become obsolete.

The fighter-bomber squadrons use the MiG-17, an aircraft that is obsolescent but that performs well in a ground support role.

Area Handbook for BulgariaEugene K. Keefe, Violeta D. Baluyut, William Giloane, Anne K. Long, James M. Moore, and Neda A. Walpole

The course was very thorough, covering much that was obsolescent, and a good deal that was definitely dead.

Rough-HewnDorothy Canfield

Are archaic (old-fashioned), obsolete (discarded), and obsolescent (rapidly disappearing) terms more common in speech or books?

Public SpeakingClarence Stratton

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