antiquation definition

  • noun:
    • The process of getting classic or outdated.
    • a thing that is classic or outdated.
    • The work of earning antiquated, or even the condition of being antiquated.
    • The act of antiquating, and/or condition to be antiquated.
    • In Roman legislation, repeal, by a law; abrogation.
    • The process of getting traditional or outdated.
    • a thing that is classic or outdated.
    • The work of creating antiquated, or perhaps the state to be antiquated.
    • The act of antiquating, or the state of being antiquated.
    • In Roman legislation, repeal, by a law; abrogation.

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