obsolescent

[ ob-suh-les-uh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF obsolescent

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OBSOLESCENT

An obsolescent appliance for reminding assassins that they too are mortal.

A little but not very much of this is obsolete or obsolescent.

The obsolescent Atahocan seems to have had no moral activity.

This ceremony is never trifled with, though it is now obsolescent.

The form with obsolescent ocelli has been named silvestris by Edwards.

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

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

I am not impelled by the archaic sex madness of the beast, nor by the obsolescent romance madness of later-day man.

The character of an obsolescent type has been caught with exceptional cleverness.

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

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