Definition of Superceded

1. Adjective. (past of supercede) ¹



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Definition of Superceded

1. supercede [v] - See also: supercede

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Superceded

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supercarrier
supercarriers
supercars
supercasino
supercasinos
supercatalyst
supercatalysts
supercategories
supercategory
supercation
supercautious
supercautiously
supercavitation
supercede
superceded (current term)
supercedes
superceding
supercee
superceed
supercelebrities
supercelebrity
supercelestial
supercelestially
supercell
supercells
supercentenarian
supercentenarians
supercenter
supercenters

Literary usage of Superceded

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1. The History of Connecticut, from the First Settlement of the Colony to the by Gideon Hiram Hollister (1857)
"He had been superceded, and the command of the army had been given to General Abercrombie. I do not suppose that there was ever a government in the world ..."

2. Memoirs of the Life and Religious Labors of Edward Hicks: Late of Newtown by Edward Hicks (1851)
"... act superceded the necessity of the disciples travelling further than their Divine Master. And moreover it appears clear to me that had those ..."

3. The History of Connecticut, from the First Settlement of the Colony to the by Gideon Hiram Hollister (1855)
"He had been superceded, and the command of the army had been given to General Abercrombie. I do not suppose that there was ever a government in the world ..."

4. The British Herald; Or, Cabinet of Armorial Bearings of the Nobility by Thomas Robson (1830)
"... and superceded their jus imaginum. But, from the retrospective view of the customs of coat armour, taken in the introductory part of this inquiry, ..."

5. The Records of the Burgery of Sheffield: Commonly Called the Town Trust by Sheffield (England) (1897)
"The modern Municipal Corporation, with its large powers and many activities, in this, as in so many other departments, has superceded ..."

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