verb (used with object), an·ti·quat·ed, an·ti·quat·ing.
Origin of antiquate
Related formsan·ti·qua·tion, noun
Examples from the Web for antiquate
A little peaceful study and development of submarines and aircraft will antiquate our present antidotes.Another Sheaf|John Galsworthy
Whilst these were under discussion, new matter of complaint came over, which seemed to antiquate the first.
Seriously, I believe it will antiquate all types of airplanes, prop or jet.The Black Star Passes|John W Campbell
Such works are held as antiquate and mossy; And as regards the younger folk, indeed, They never yet have been so pert and saucy.Faust|Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe