[ US /ˈæntəˌkweɪtɪd/ ]
[ UK /ˈæntɪkwˌe‍ɪtɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. so extremely old as seeming to belong to an earlier period
    antediluvian ideas
    a ramshackle antediluvian tenement
    archaic laws
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How To Use antiquated In A Sentence

  • The director organised two-day hippy schools for his extras, in which they were shown news clips from 1969 and instructed in hippy speak until such antiquated terms as 'crashpad', 'dig' and 'groovy' came naturally. Latest articles - Radio Prague
  • Posters seem a somewhat antiquated form of expression, at least the paper kind.
  • Daily trials on a creaking and antiquated public transport and roads system is just a part of it.
  • The refusal of judges to give any interviews, under cover of antiquated ‘rules’ which a long forgotten lord chancellor had invented, compounded the sense that they were all, or almost all, malevolent recluses.
  • Some of those antiquated attitudes are unfortunately still kicking around, according to Warner.
  • Consumers Union criticized the FDA for using antiquated and insensitive laboratory techniques that could not measure Alar below 500 parts per billion ppb, stating in Consumer Reports: "Looking for daminozide [Alar's a trade name] in apple juice with PAM II [the test method used by FDA] is like trying to catch speeders with a radar gun that doesn't work for speeds under 100 mph. Wendy Gordon: The True Alar Story III
  • Many conservatives and liberals alike favor the legalization of Cannibis, and I agree with Cracker about the term hippie being rather antiquated. Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]
  • In Britain, slopping out was branded as one of the indignities of an antiquated prison system.
  • The chamber report also called for revamping what it called the "antiquated" organizational structure of the commission. Chamber of Commerce Calls for SEC Changes
  • For the transcriber, the collection is a treasure trove of little discoveries -- the antiquated use of "farinaceous" instead of today's "pasta"; the remarkable preponderance of oyster dishes; the revelation that steaks cost twenty-five cents, not twenty-five dollars. The New York Public Library: All Hands on Deck: NYPL Turns to the Crowd to Develop Digital Collections
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