Words nearby outdated
Definition for outdated (2 of 2)
verb (used with object), out·dat·ed, out·dat·ing.
Origin of outdate
Example sentences from the Web for outdated
There are plenty of other outdated stereotypes in “Tom and Jerry”—sexist attitudes, for example—but Amazon chose to focus on race.Is ‘Tom and Jerry’ Really Racist? |Lizzie Crocker |October 2, 2014 |DAILY BEAST
Some Brita models can deal with certain toxins, such as lead, that can come from outdated pipes.Are Water Filters B.S.? |Michael Schulson |August 19, 2014 |DAILY BEAST
The form asks users to explain why the disputed links are “irrelevant, outdated, or otherwise objectionable.”Should We Have the Right to Be Forgotten Online? |Kyle Chayka |July 15, 2014 |DAILY BEAST
Outdated views on family honor—which see women as its repository—have a lot to answer for.
Only then could the outdated notion of honor actually serve to protect women.
Cavalry is outdated, nowadays, but in rocky mountain country they can have uses where tanks can't go.The Invaders |William Fitzgerald Jenkins
They do not disseminate the little, outdated knowledge that they do possess.After the Rain |Sam Vaknin
Something in the outdated slang made him feel—almost patriotic.Pagan Passions |Gordon Randall Garrett
After all, the engine they had in their outdated model rocket was good for a few years more.The Odyssey of Sam Meecham |Charles E. Fritch
Medicare's finances are strained and its coverage is outdated.