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Definitionno longer in general use because something better has replaced it
- Snow made growing food difficult, limited the agricultural periods. ... It wasn't a practical thing, so it became obsolete when we went to Sameness.84.1
obsolete = no longer in use
- Your father means that you used a very generalized word, so meaningless that it's become almost obsolete," his mother explained carefully.127.3
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