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supercede

[soo-per-seed] /ˌsu pərˈsid/
verb (used with object), superceded, superceding.
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Examples from the web for supercede
  • To resist depression and oppression, to supercede the dark histories with promise and good health, long life.
  • Solutions to intractable problems such as those discussed in this forum demand new constructs that supercede the old.
  • The will of the people cannot supercede the needs of the people, and it cannot be allowed to supercede the truth.
  • But we've seen his actions supercede his usually lame and vanilla words when urgency ruled last year.
  • The information provided herein does not supercede any printed court calendars or notices you may have received.
  • These season dates and bag limits supercede all other tentative season dates.
  • The attached revisions supercede all other references pertaining to the same information posted previously.
  • The federal standards supercede any state law that is contrary to them.
  • Emergency regulations can be issued that modify and supercede the regulations listed in the pamphlet.
Word Origin and History for supercede
v.

see supersede. Related: Superceded; superceding.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
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