Superannuated: in a sentence

Definition of Superannuated

old, out of date and no longer useful or unable to do things

Use Superannuated in a sentence

The information in the book is superannuated. We should update it.

A soccer player is deemed to be superannuated upon reaching a certain age.

I usually go through my files once in a while to get rid of stuff that is superannuated.

We ought to buy some new office equipment; the stuff we’ve got is superannuated.

Frankly speaking, your way of thinking is superannuated.

Superannuated workers with long service are sometimes retained in an employed status because of their economic need.

Don’t read this magazine article! It gives some out of date, superannuated advice on what to look for when shopping for a used car.

Thick trousers, and Rockport shoes, which I find have a nice grip on icy pavements. Somebody looking at me would classify me as a superannuated retiree.

The window was as broad as a service bay; in fact, the restaurant looked very much like a superannuated filling station, dragged into the woods to live out its golden years in peace.