outmode outmode  /ˌaʊt ˈmoʊd/


  • (v) make unfashionable, outdated, or obsolete


  1. Colonel Gordon, who thinks cancellous bone may eventually outmode metal plates, says he did not originate the idea.
  2. The problem with the book is that at least half the story of the search for peace remains secret, and the discussions in Paris outmode some of the Kraslow and Loory materials.
  3. The planners believe that strategic and tactical atomic weaponslargely airbornewill eventually outmode conventional land warfare.
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