Definition of Outdates

1. Verb. (third-person singular of outdate) ¹



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Definition of Outdates

1. outdate [v] - See also: outdate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outdates

outdacious
outdaciousness
outdance
outdanced
outdances
outdancing
outdare
outdared
outdares
outdaring
outdate
outdated
outdatedly
outdatedness
outdatednesses
outdates (current term)
outdating
outdazzle
outdazzled
outdazzles
outdazzling
outdebate
outdebated
outdebates
outdebating
outdegree
outdegrees
outdeliver
outdelivered
outdelivering

Literary usage of Outdates

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1. Sermons by Frederick Brooks, Phillips Brooks (1876)
"... outdates Time. Yes, the Epiphany of childhood may, even in a certain measure, return to such a repentant one. Oh, may God, for Christ's sake, ..."

2. Social Adaptation: A Study in the Development of the Doctrine of Adaptation by Lucius Moody Bristol (1915)
"Though foresight and purposeful activity are the flower of the process of human development, their beginning far outdates history, — indeed they are to be ..."

3. Greece, Ancient and Modern: Lectures Delivered Before the Lowell Institute by Cornelius Conway Felton (1896)
"Thus this institution, which outdates Homer and the heroic age, — which occupied the thoughts of poets, philosophers, legislators, saints, and martyrs, ..."

4. Lake District by Norman Buckley (2004)
"Additionally, felling and replanting of trees quickly outdates the Ordnance Survey maps. A plan of the forest, available at the Whinlatter Visitor Centre, ..."

5. Learning to Bridge the Digital Divide by National Center on Adult Literacy (2000)
"... there are problems of gathering a meaningful picture of developments when the pace of change quickly outdates the available summary statistics. ..."

6. German Universities: A Narrative of Personal Experience, Together with by James Morgan Hart (1874)
"It certainly outdates my recollections. The oldest American resident was eo ipso "the patriarch." It was his duty to be on the look-out for newcomers, ..."

7. Sweden and the Swedes by William Widgery Thomas (1891)
"Their use outdates history and runs back into mythologic times. A northern myth relates that the goddess Skade, a mountain maid, married the sea-god Njord, ..."

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