- antique glass,
Origin of antiquated
verb (used with object), an·ti·quat·ed, an·ti·quat·ing.
Origin of antiquate
Examples from the Web for antiquated
How an antiquated understanding of race relations results in minority staffers getting the short shrift.
We cannot keep judging mothers by a primitive, antiquated, simplistic standard.Postpartum Stigma: Why My Patient Committed Suicide|Jean Kim|August 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But the hoopla over it reflects some strange and antiquated thinking.'Guardians of the Galaxy' Is Not a Watershed Moment for Women|Kevin Fallon|August 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I hesitate to respond to the re-hashing of your antiquated guilt trip on women to get married.Dear Princeton Mom, Stop Telling Me To Husband-Hunt|Emily Shire|February 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In fact around here we think the idea of ‘alpha’ and ‘dominance’ theory training is antiquated.
The scope focused first on a bulging, monster, antiquated freighter of a design that had not been built for a hundred years.The Pirates of Ersatz|Murray Leinster
The place itself is as antiquated and behindhand as any I have seen in France, which is saying a good deal.East of Paris|Matilda Betham-Edwards
In front, broken only by a line of trees and the squat humps of six antiquated cannons, sparkled the blue expanse of the Pacific.His Unknown Wife|Louis Tracy
The last great teacher by whom these antiquated doctrines were formulated into a system Werner.
The antiquated and non-popular instruction, however, repelled me.Recollections Of My Childhood And Youth|George Brandes
Word Origin for antiquate
1620s, past participle adjective from antiquate (1530s) "to make old or obsolete," from Latin antiquatus, past participle of antiquare (see antique (adj.)). An older adjective in the same sense was antiquate (early 15c.), from Latin.