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superseded

[ soo-per-see-did ]
/ ˌsu pərˈsi dɪd /
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adjective
replaced in power, authority, effectiveness, acceptance, use, etc., as by another person or thing: These chemical fire extinguishers are smaller, lighter, and easier to handle than the superseded two-gallon water extinguishers.
set aside as void, useless, irrelevant, or obsolete, usually in consideration of something mentioned: If a document has not been rescinded, but a portion of the content no longer applies, the superseded portion will be grayed out electronically.
succeeded or supplanted in position, office, etc., by another person: To avoid any dissension over the new army chief’s appointment, the superseded General chose to retire rather than continue serving in another role.
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Origin of superseded

OTHER WORDS FROM superseded

un·su·per·sed·ed, adjective
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