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out-of-date

[out-uh v-deyt] /ˈaʊt əvˈdeɪt/
adjective
1.
gone out of style or fashion; outmoded; obsolete:
out-of-date fashions; out-of-date ideas.
Origin
1620-1630
1620-30
Related forms
out-of-dateness, noun
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  • Do not jump to conclusions based on your own out-of-date perceptions.
  • He then drove to his former school, armed with out-of-date rifles and homemade pipe bombs.
  • The list contained in this article is now out-of-date.
  • Science textbooks are born as clunky, out-of-date tomes the moment they roll off the printing press.
  • Their technology is too out-of-date to get the job done.
  • None does, though, in large part because all of them are stuck with out-of-date business models and organizational structures.
  • The rebels have only half a dozen or so out-of-date aircraft-without bombs.
  • But it reflects an out-of-date world order, not the current global balance, let alone a future one.
  • But it was best to go with an authoritative source, albeit an out-of-date one.
  • He's echoing the out-of-date bias of many car shoppers.

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