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View synonyms for out-of-date

out-of-date

[ out-uhv-deyt ]

adjective

  1. gone out of style or fashion; outmoded; obsolete:

    out-of-date fashions; out-of-date ideas.



out of date

adjective

  1. no longer valid, current, or fashionable; outmoded


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Other Words From

  • out-of-dateness noun
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Word History and Origins

Origin of out-of-date1

First recorded in 1620–30
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Example Sentences

The 4th of July has been reactionary, chauvinistic, and out-of-date since 1776.

What they did have were out-of-date textbooks, leaky roofs, and no heat.

Certainly not all Republican political leaders fall into the offensive and out-of-date category with respect to social issues.

It was a very particular kind of out-of-date but flashy style, that Croatian superfly kind of thing.

A lot of the most important data in the gun debate is unsatisfactory and is out-of-date.

These severally were supposed to include the full-blown racer, the out-of-date racer, and the ordinary cruiser.

The old-fashioned fortress, suddenly made "out-of-date" by the Skoda mortars, was usually armed with guns of the naval type.

They're so stodgy and unconvincing and as out-of-date as tunes in music.

In the reading-room two or three members turned over the out-of-date papers—but there is really no date in Faloo.

If he now revives an out-of-date pattern of goods, for the sole sake of change, this is Degeneracy.

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