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demoded

[ dee-moh-did ]
/ diˈmoʊ dɪd /
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adjective
out of date; outmoded.
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Origin of demoded

1885–90; partial translation of French démodé
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How to use demoded in a sentence

  • It was indeed so perfectly in the fashion of its time, as to be inevitably demoded after a lapse of years.

    Thomas Moore|Stephen Gwynn
  • Neither the cheap hat nor her demoded coiffure could hide the satiny luster of her black hair.

    Find the Woman|Arthur Somers Roche
  • It has bits of soliloquies and other dodges of technique now demoded.

    Books and Persons|Arnold Bennett
  • The three lounge-suits of tweed, though slightly demoded, would still be vogue in this remote spot.

    Ruggles of Red Gap|Harry Leon Wilson
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