Definition of "outdated" [out•dat•ed]

  • Out-of-date; old-fashioned. (adjective)
  • Old-fashioned or obsolete (adjective)

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Use "outdated" in a sentence
  • "You yourself have used the term outdated when referencing less than a forty year period."
  • "To that end, Mr. Silbert is lobbying Congress to change what he calls "outdated" rules that "have had a negative effect on private companies' ability to raise capital and compensate their employees.""
  • ""I don't think anyone in the public feels safe," Jeffries said as she urged the council to change what she called outdated and lenient laws."