[ out-mohd ]
/ ˌaʊtˈmoʊd /
verb (used with object), out·mod·ed, out·mod·ing.
to cause (something) to go out of style or become obsolete.
verb (used without object), out·mod·ed, out·mod·ing.
to go out of style or become obsolete.
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Origin of outmode
1900–05; perhaps from the phrase out of mode; compare French démoder
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