antiquated definition

  • adjective:
    • too-old becoming stylish, suitable, or of good use; outmoded. See Synonyms at old.
    • Early; aged: "The antiquated Earth, as one might say,/Beat just like the heart of Man” ( William Wordsworth).
    • antique, out of date
    • Grown old. Therefore: Bygone; outdated; off usage; conventional.
    • so excessively old as seeming to fit in with an earlier period
    • Too old become stylish, suitable, or helpful; outmoded. See Synonyms at old.
    • Earliest Pens; old: "The antiquated Earth, as you might say,/Beat just like the heart of Man” ( William Wordsworth).
    • conventional, old
    • Grown old. Thus: Bygone; obsolete; out-of usage; traditional.
    • so exceedingly old as seeming to participate in an early on duration
  • others:
    • developed old; outdated or obsolescent; ill-adapted to present usage; traditional: stated of things: as, an antiquated legislation.
    • Advanced in years; rendered unable by age; superannuated.
    • Synonyms Ancient, Old, Antique, etc. See old.
    • developed old; outdated or obsolescent; ill-adapted to provide usage; traditional: stated of things: because, an antiquated legislation.
    • Advanced in many years; rendered incapable by age; superannuated.
    • Synonyms Ancient, Old, Antique, etc. See ancient.

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