Definition for outdated

adjective as in old-fashioned

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This includes coronavirus-related staffing issues, outdated IT systems, delayed refunds and unprocessed returns.

Shierholz said the CBO’s estimates showed that the benefits to low-wage workers outweighed the costs, but she was critical of the calculation of those costs, saying the CBO had relied on an outdated methodology.

What we really are is a generation told to stick with outdated, one-size-fits-all modes of schooling that no longer apply to a world that has more ways to learn than ever before.

I finally removed the outdated set of winter-compound all-terrain tires from my Ford Ranger and replaced them with these more snow-and-ice-specific Toyos.

This put significant strain on local governments, which are often understaffed, have limited technical capabilities, and must deal with outdated tech systems.

Others fear that giving them the force of regulation could be more harmful because they would become outdated quickly.

“The problem is, some on both sides are using outdated science, some from decades ago,” Stafford continued.

So specious, in fact, that they are increasingly seen to be rationales to cover outdated forms of prejudice.

There are plenty of other outdated stereotypes in “Tom and Jerry”—sexist attitudes, for example—but Amazon chose to focus on race.

This makes the notion that race thwarts success increasingly outdated.

Cavalry is outdated, nowadays, but in rocky mountain country they can have uses where tanks can't go.

The crazy quilt of outdated, clumsy old buildings that was the local Starmen's Enclave.

He recognized the latest model lie-detector, a rather outdated narco-synthesizer, a Class B Psychocomputer.

You left the ship, it being outdated, battered, useless and drifting in normal interstellar where it would never be found.

Something in the outdated slang made him feel—almost patriotic.


On this page you'll find 46 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to outdated, such as: antiquated, archaic, obsolete, old, outmoded, and out-of-date.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.