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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishobsolescentob‧so‧les‧cent /ˌɒbsəˈlesənt◂ $ ˌɑːb-/ adjective formal  OLD-FASHIONEDbecoming obsolete
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obsolescentBy 1616 the commissioners had raised over £25,000 by the enforcement of obsolescent Crown rights within the forest.First, the government is pumping a lot of cash into obsolescent industries.Conservative in aim, it was natural for this legislation to emphasise an obsolescent, legalistic definition, and evade contemporary reality.This approach, which requires special sales and maintenance centres, is obsolescent now that computers are becoming a consumer item.an obsolescent skill
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