Thesaurus / out-of-date

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They're so stodgy and unconvincing and as out-of-date as tunes in music.
Still, it appeared, even the matter of the out-of-date coat could not put off the evil day forever.
THE CINDER PONDCARROLL WATSON RANKIN
There were modern authors in plenty who must certainly write much better than an out-of-date fellow like that.
SPANISH HIGHWAYS AND BYWAYSKATHARINE LEE BATES
There is an increasing demand for out-of-date books of sport, and no doubt Mr. Summertrees thought this was what I meant.
The day of frilled caps has gone, and even a bib to the apron is considered an out-of-date demand.
FRANCEGORDON COCHRANE HOME
Now, I do not intend to repeat all the stale old saws of out-of-date wiseacres.
Oh yes; but that was out of date; out-of-date weapons and out-of-date men.
FORGING THE BLADESBERTRAM MITFORD
But it is irritating to think what diamonds, what dazzling silver of Shavian wit has been sunk in such an out-of-date warship.
GEORGE BERNARD SHAWGILBERT K. CHESTERTON
She had only the shoddy-looking brown traveling dress to wear, and the out-of-date hat.
That out-of-date annual, dear to our grandmothers, the Four-O'Clock should find a place in the perennial border.
A GARDEN WITH HOUSE ATTACHEDSARAH WARNER BROOKS

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