Definition of "uncurrent" [un•cur•rent]

  • (adjective) Not in present circulation as currency.

Use "uncurrent" in a sentence

  • "We women illustrators and authors have been well aware of the sexist uncurrent in the world of children's book illustrators and authors for a long time."
  • "Note 26 For more contemporary discussions of paper money and uncurrent bank notes, see Benjamin Davies, The Bank"
  • "At one point in The Banker, young protagonist Heartwell is stuck in arrears with uncurrent paper money worth a fraction of its face value as his only available funds."

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