out-of-date

[ out-uh v-deyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF out-of-date

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OUT-OF-DATE

He was as handsome and as genuine and as valuable and as metallic and as out-of-date.

The best administration in an out-of-date building is always hampered.

They're so stodgy and unconvincing and as out-of-date as tunes in music.

What is in vogue to-day is cast aside to-morrow as "out-of-date."

Oh yes; but that was out of date; out-of-date weapons and out-of-date men.

Now they are out-of-date, unfit for survival, and must vanish away.

The fort itself was a perfect picture of the obsolete and out-of-date.

I'm proud of the South and her old-fashioned, out-of-date chivalry.

I have cited so out-of-date a personage as Dr. Lambe for two reasons.

In our soft and self-indulgent day the very word ‘to fast’ has become an out-of-date and an obsolete word.

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