verb (used with object), su·per·an·nu·at·ed, su·per·an·nu·at·ing.
verb (used without object), su·per·an·nu·at·ed, su·per·an·nu·at·ing.
Origin of superannuate
Examples from the Web for superannuate
A superannuate is one who has become impaired or disabled by length of years.Orthography|Elmer W. Cavins
Nothing can superannuate its charm, nothing can quench its fascination.The Bridling of Pegasus|Alfred Austin
He was as ready to offer compensation as we ourselves are when we superannuate a clerk or suppress an office.Davenport Dunn, Volume 1 (of 2)|Charles James Lever
But no time can superannuate the subjects which Burns has sung; they are rooted in the primary strata, which are steadfast.Robert Burns|Principal Shairp.
British Dictionary definitions for superannuate
Word Origin and History for superannuate
1640s, back-formation from superannuated. Related: Superannuating.