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antiquate to make obsolete or old-fashioned.
barleycorn an obsolete measure, equal to the width of a single grain of barley, or about one-third inch. [1/2 definitions]
bass horn an obsolete brass wind instrument resembling the tuba. [1/2 definitions]
corvette an obsolete sailing vessel that was smaller than a frigate and usu. armed with one row of guns. [1/2 definitions]
denier2 an early French coin, now obsolete. [1/2 definitions]
flintlock an obsolete gun mechanism in which a flint strikes steel, making a spark that ignites the priming powder. [1/2 definitions]
obs. abbreviation of "obsolete," no longer in use, as a word or expression, or a type of implement or equipment. [2 definitions]
obsolesce to become or be in the process of becoming obsolete.
obsolescent in the process of going out of use or style; becoming obsolete.
outdated unfashionable or obsolete; out of date.
outmoded no longer in keeping with current standards or practices; obsolete. [1/2 definitions]
out-of-date old-fashioned or obsolete; outmoded.
superannuate to be or become obsolete, out of date, old, or the like. [1/3 definitions]