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This outmoded way of thinking is now hurting our nation in its hour of greatest need.
That is, I stopped demanding that every poem yield its concealed meaning, which I suppose is the legacy of outmoded high school English classes.
Are not the piano-pieces of M. Rachmaninoff the result of a relationship to the instrument that is fast becoming outmoded?
MUSICAL PORTRAITSPAUL ROSENFELD
The bickering characteristic of industrial dispute vanished; along with it went the outmoded weapon of the tradesunion.
I bought a gentleman's park in Hampshire and had the outmoded house torn down.
As usual, fact has outmoded prophecy, for long before 1936 airplane speeds exceeded the 140 miles per hour Serviss predicted.
EDISON'S CONQUEST OF MARSGARRETT PUTNAM SERVISS
"I see what the leadys mean about diplomacy becoming outmoded," Franks said at last.
THE DEFENDERSPHILIP K. DICK
Has walking become an outmoded sport or are you trying to save wear and tear on rayon stockings?
SABOTEURS ON THE RIVERMILDRED A. WIRT
Not outmoded, not unsophisticated against the guiles of materialism, the disciplinary precepts mold India still.
AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A YOGIPARAMHANSA YOGANANDA
The play is full of a blague now slightly outmoded, but the types remain eternally true—those of the Parisian triangle.
ICONOCLASTSJAMES HUNEKER

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