verb (used without object), ob·so·lesced, ob·so·lesc·ing.
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Bob Dole had the good sense to obsolesce himself, now likely joined by the worn-out Liddy Dole.Whose Heads Will Roll on Nov. 5?
October 28, 2008
1801, from Latin obsolescere "to grow old, wear out, lose value, become obsolete," inchoative of obsolere "fall into disuse" (see obsolete). Related: Obsolesced; obsolescing.