WORD OF THE DAY
Superannuated
soo-pər-ANN-yoo-ey-ted
Part of speech: adjective
Origin: Latin, 17th century
1

Outdated, or obsolete

2

Too old to work; retired due to old age

Examples of Superannuated in a sentence

“Every time Apple releases a new model, a wave of superannuated iPhones are discarded.”

“After a few accidents at work, he was superannuated and invited to retire.”