retired because of age or infirmity.
too old for use, work, service, or a position.
antiquated or obsolete: superannuated ideas.
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How to use superannuated in a sentence
I never see such a flow of language as that bit where he called old Gommy a superannuated Pharisee.The Chequers | James Runciman
Some corn and potatoes are also raised by the women and the old and superannuated men of the band.The Indian in his Wigwam | Henry R. Schoolcraft
He was an old-fashioned Methodist preacher already superannuated, and he has long since gone to his reward.Prisons and Prayer: Or a Labor of Love | Elizabeth Ryder Wheaton
Gano knew whither one of these superannuated revellers of twenty-five or so had retired.The Open Question | Elizabeth Robins
Lady Leroy, who dearly loved gossip, was chattering like a superannuated magpie to Val and Charley.A Changed Heart | May Agnes Fleming
British Dictionary definitions for superannuated
discharged, esp with a pension, owing to age or illness
too old to serve usefully
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