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Sentence count:183+9 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-01-12Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: antiquateddatedextinctold-fashionedoutmodedpassSimilar words: obsolescenceabsolveabsolvedabsoluteabsolutionabsolutelyabsolutismsoleMeaning: ['ɑbsəlɪːt /ɒb-]  adj. 1. old; no longer in use or valid or fashionable 2. no longer in use. 
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1, New technology has rendered my old computer obsolete.
2, Electronic banking may make overthe - counter transactions obsolete.
3, Gas lamps became obsolete when electric lighting was invented.
4, Will computers render books obsolete ?
5, We're going to junk these computers, they are obsolete.
6, Our service is obsolete, requiring root and branch reform.
7, Their work is now rendered obsolete by machines.
8, With technological changes many traditional skills have become obsolete.
9, The horse-drawn plough is now obsolete in most European countries.
10, Some laws relating to obsolete customs are still in force.
11, Most factories in the area are obsolete and badly managed.
12, They tried to hammer obsolete ideas into the young people's heads.
13, First came the turbojet, now obsolete, then the turboprop, which is still found onboard small planes.
14, These goods are obsolete and will not fetch much on the market.
15, There ought to be a note on this obsolete word.
16, So much equipment becomes obsolete almost as soon as it's made.
17, Do the jobless have marketable skills or obsolete training?
18, But the editor's favourite word is now obsolete.
19, There is no question of making conventional computers obsolete.
20, Learning, like training,( quickly becomes obsolete.
21, The business suit and bedroom suite are nearly obsolete.
22, In the minds of many, the Falls were obsolete.
23, However, another of the original aims had become obsolete by this time.
24, Indeed many other art-historical givens have been rendered obsolete by pluralism and cultural diversity.
25, The 1974 constitution became effectively obsolete through the revolution of November 1989.
26, Our electronic companions tend to become obsolete as soon as we've become comfortable.
27, The word itself is so rare as to be almost obsolete.
28, The inevitable pressure of market forces rendered Luff's experiment obsolete, long before the track and overhead were worn out.
29, Old ideas about privacy, and the laws that were based upon them, are fast becoming obsolete.
30, Now, with technological changes, a number of traditional jobs, particularly those of low caste people, became obsolete.
More similar words: obsolescenceabsolveabsolvedabsoluteabsolutionabsolutelyabsolutismsolesolelysolemnconsolesolemnlysolemnityinsolenceabsorbabsorbedobserveobservedobsessedobstacleobserverabsorptionobscurityobstinateobstetricsobsequiousbe absorbed inobservationobstructionobstreperous
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