He quit the Bush campaign soon after, and then resigned from Crisis, which is now defunct.
Recent scrutiny—and the Japanese fallout—led to a suspension from his current job with the defunct ministry.
The remnants of the defunct Lehman Brothers are now in the hands of Barclays in the United States and Nomura in Europe and Asia.
Unfortunately, the Cannes of the late twentieth-century is as defunct as the Greenwich Village folk scene of 1961.
The sludge was sent by rail and spread around on a defunct resort ranch near Sierra Blanca.
This, metaphorically understood, would infer that a new and stronger passion rose from the ashes of the old and defunct one.
Your bank might be defunct before the end of the sixth game.
My poor dear Arabella was fond of him, but he presumes on that defunct angel's partiality.
I do not think it necessary that our sons should study these defunct tongues.
Azora praised the defunct, but confessed that he had many faults from which Cador was exempt.
1590s, from Old French defunct (14c., Modern French defunt) or directly from Latin defunctus "dead," literally "off-duty," from past participle of defungi "to discharge, finish," from de- "off, completely" (see de-) + fungi "perform or discharge duty," from PIE root *bheug- (2) "to enjoy" (see brook (v.)).