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  1. Old-fashioned, out of date
  2. No longer used or useful; obsolete, old-fashioned, out-of-date, etc.
  3. Too old to be fashionable, suitable, or useful; outmoded.
Alternative form of out of date.
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  1. Alternative form of out of date.
  2. No longer in style or use; not current; outmoded; old-fashioned
  3. (Idiomatic) Not conforming to the current fashion or style; old-fashioned.
No longer fashionable.
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  1. No longer fashionable.
  2. Anachronistic; being obviously inappropriate for its present context.
  3. Marked with a date
(Biology) Vestigial or rudimentary, especially in comparison with related or ancestral species, as the tailbone of an ape. Used of an organ or other part of an organism.
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  1. (Biology) Vestigial or rudimentary, especially in comparison with related or ancestral species, as the tailbone of an ape. Used of an organ or other part of an organism.
  2. No longer in use:
  3. (Biol.) Rudimentary or poorly developed as compared with its counterpart in other individuals of a related species, the opposite sex, etc.; vestigial
In the process of becoming obsolete
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  1. In the process of becoming obsolete
  2. (Biology) Becoming reduced during the course of evolution; vestigial or nearly vestigial. Used of an organ or other part of an organism.
  3. Being in the process of passing out of use or usefulness; becoming obsolete.
Not in fashion; unfashionable:
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  1. Not in fashion; unfashionable:
  2. No longer usable or practical; obsolete:
  3. No longer in fashion or accepted; obsolete
  1. Not fashionable
  2. Not socially approved:
  3. Not in current fashion:
Observant of tradition; attached to old customs; old-fashioned.
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  1. Observant of tradition; attached to old customs; old-fashioned.
  2. Designating or of a style of improvised jazz associated historically with early black New Orleans musicians and typically played by a band made up of one or two cornets, a clarinet, a trombone, and a rhythm section that includes a banjo and a tuba
  3. Of or pertaining to tradition; derived from tradition; communicated from ancestors to descendants by word only; transmitted from age to age without writing; as, traditional opinions; traditional customs; traditional expositions of the Scriptures.
Relating to or displaying the standards or ideals of morality regarded as characteristic of the time of Queen Victoria:
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  1. Relating to or displaying the standards or ideals of morality regarded as characteristic of the time of Queen Victoria:
  2. Of, relating to, or belonging to the period of the reign of Queen Victoria:
  3. Being in the highly ornamented, massive style of architecture, decor, and furnishings popular in 19th-century England.
Of long standing or experience
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  1. Of long standing or experience
  2. From or reminiscent of an earlier time or era; old-fashioned.
  3. Of, like, or characteristic of past times
Respected or adhered to because of age or age-old observance.
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  1. Respected or adhered to because of age or age-old observance.
  2. Honored or observed because in existence or use for a long time
  3. Honored because of great age, or long usage
Of, or in the style of, a former period
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  1. Of, or in the style of, a former period
  2. Belonging to, made in, or typical of an earlier period:
  3. Of or belonging to ancient times, especially of, from, or characteristic of ancient Greece or Rome.
Of great age; very old:
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  1. Of great age; very old:
  2. (Archaic) Having the qualities associated with age, wisdom, or long use; venerable:
  3. Of, relating to, or belonging to times long past, especially before the fall of the Western Roman Empire ( ad 476):
Gone by; past:
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  1. Gone by; past:
  2. Having been or happened in the far past.
  3. That has or have gone by; past; former
No longer used
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  1. No longer used
  2. No longer in use
Relating to, being, or characteristic of words and language that were once in regular use but are now relatively rare and suggestive of an earlier style or period.
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  1. Relating to, being, or characteristic of words and language that were once in regular use but are now relatively rare and suggestive of an earlier style or period.
  2. Relating to or being an early form of Homo sapiens or a closely related species, such as Neanderthal, that is anatomically distinct from modern humans.
  3. Belonging to an earlier period; ancient
Obsolete; old-fashioned; outdated
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  1. Obsolete; old-fashioned; outdated
  2. Retired, esp. with a pension, because of old age or infirmity
  3. Too old or worn for further work, service, etc.
Of the time before the biblical Flood
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  1. Of the time before the biblical Flood
  2. (Bible) Occurring or belonging to the era before the Flood.
  3. Very old, old-fashioned, or primitive
Crude or primitive
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  1. Crude or primitive
  2. Designating or of a widespread form of early human being (Homo sapiens neanderthalensis) of the Upper Pleistocene
  3. An extinct variety of human that lived throughout Europe and in parts of western Asia and northern Africa during the late Pleistocene Epoch, until about 30,000 years ago. Neanderthals had a stocky build and large skulls with thick eyebrow ridges and big teeth. They usually lived in caves, made flaked stone tools, and were the earliest humans known to bury their dead. Neanderthals were either a subspecies of modern humans ( Homo sapiens neanderthalensis ) or a separate, closely related species ( Homo neanderthalensis ). They coexisted with early modern humans (Cro-Magnons) for several thousand years before becoming extinct, but are not generally believed to have interbred with them.
(Biol.) Designating or of an organism, organ, etc. at the starting point of its evolutionary development or very little evolved from early ancestral types
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  1. (Biol.) Designating or of an organism, organ, etc. at the starting point of its evolutionary development or very little evolved from early ancestral types
  2. Regarded as having changed little in evolutionary history. Not in scientific use:
  3. Of or existing in the beginning or the earliest times or ages; ancient; original
(Archaic) Cleverly made or done.
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  1. (Archaic) Cleverly made or done.
  2. (Archaic) Unfamiliar or unusual in character; strange:
  3. Singular; unusual; curious
Entertaining; diverting
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  1. Entertaining; diverting
  2. Funny, hilarious.
  3. Entertaining or pleasing.
Not usual or ordinary; singular; peculiar; strange
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  1. Not usual or ordinary; singular; peculiar; strange
  2. Remaining after others have been paired or grouped.
  3. In addition to that mentioned in a round number
Suffering from neglect.
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Worn out
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  1. Worn out
  2. No longer usable
  3. No longer acceptable, usable, or practical:
  1. Lacking stylishness or neatness; shabby.
  2. Plain and unfashionable in style or dress.
  3. Old-fashioned; antiquated.
Stale or trite; worn-out; antiquated
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  1. Stale or trite; worn-out; antiquated
  2. Having a stale, moldy smell or taste, as an unused room, food kept in a damp place, etc.
  3. Out of use or practice; rusty.
Not in use or put to use.
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  1. Not in use or put to use.
  2. That has never been used
  3. Not used
(Grammar) Of, relating to, or being a verb tense or form used to express an action or condition prior to the time it is expressed.
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  1. (Grammar) Of, relating to, or being a verb tense or form used to express an action or condition prior to the time it is expressed.
  2. Having served formerly in a given capacity, especially an official one:
  3. No longer current; gone by; over:
No longer spoken as a native language
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  1. No longer spoken as a native language
  2. No longer in existence or use; specif., having no living examples
  3. Having no living members. Species become extinct for many reasons, including climate change, disease, destruction of habitat, local or worldwide natural disasters, and development into new species (speciation). The great majority of species that have ever lived—probably more than 99 percent—are now extinct.
Not in effective use, operation, etc.
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  1. Not in effective use, operation, etc.
  2. Deliberating in order to reach a verdict
  3. (Informal) No longer popular, fashionable, etc.; outmoded
Old-fashioned; out-of-date
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  1. Old-fashioned; out-of-date
  2. Well-known or familiar to the point of being trite or commonplace
  3. Behind the times; out of fashion:
Overgrown with moss
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  1. Overgrown with moss
  2. On which moss is growing.
  3. Old-fashioned; antiquated
Covered with moss or something like moss:
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  1. Covered with moss or something like moss:
  2. Old-fashioned; antiquated.
  3. Full of or covered with moss or a mosslike growth
From or relating to a previous era.
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  1. From or relating to a previous era.
  2. Of, relating to, or belonging to time long past; old or ancient:
  3. Old; ancient.
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  1. Aged
  2. No longer used or useful; obsolete, old-fashioned, out-of-date, etc.
  3. Very old; aged:
Of, or in the style of, a former period
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  1. Of, or in the style of, a former period
  2. Belonging to, made in, or typical of an earlier period:
  3. Of ancient times; ancient; old
Relating to or being an early form of Homo sapiens or a closely related species, such as Neanderthal, that is anatomically distinct from modern humans.
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  1. Relating to or being an early form of Homo sapiens or a closely related species, such as Neanderthal, that is anatomically distinct from modern humans.
  2. Relating to, being, or characteristic of words and language that were once in regular use but are now relatively rare and suggestive of an earlier style or period.
  3. Belonging to an earlier period; ancient
Gone by; past:
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  1. Gone by; past:
  2. Having been or happened in the far past.
  3. That has or have gone by; past; former
Old-fashioned; out-of-date.
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  1. Old-fashioned; out-of-date.
  2. Marked with or displaying a date.
  3. Marked with a date
  1. Lacking stylishness or neatness; shabby.
  2. Plain and unfashionable in style or dress.
  3. Old-fashioned; antiquated.
Smelling of mildew or decay; musty.
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  1. Smelling of mildew or decay; musty.
  2. Not up-to-date; old-fashioned; conservative
  3. Old-fashioned; antique.
Made long ago; in existence for many years:
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  1. Made long ago; in existence for many years:
  2. Belonging to or being of an earlier time:
  3. Having or exhibiting the physical characteristics of age:
Of long standing or experience
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  1. Of long standing or experience
  2. From or reminiscent of an earlier time or era; old-fashioned.
  3. Of, like, or characteristic of past times
  1. Out of date, old-fashioned, antiquated.
  2. Out of date; not the latest one.
  3. No longer current or popular; behind the times; antiquated
Not in fashion; unfashionable:
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  1. Not in fashion; unfashionable:
  2. No longer usable or practical; obsolete:
  3. No longer in fashion or accepted; obsolete
Alternative form of out of date.
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  1. Alternative form of out of date.
  2. (Idiomatic) Not conforming to the current fashion or style; old-fashioned.
  3. (Idiomatic) Too old to be used; not current; invalid; outmoded.
Of or produced in a particular vintage
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  1. Of or produced in a particular vintage
  2. Representative of or dating from a particular period of the past
  3. Old or outmoded.
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