Meaning of obsoleteness in English:


Pronunciation /ˈɒbsəliːtnəs/


See obsolete

‘By the time I first came to live in England in the 1960s, and for years thereafter, the obsoleteness of the Royal Academy as a benign factor in the life of contemporary art was simply assumed as a fact.’
  • ‘The context for such a volume is the possibility that musicology might be saved from obsoleteness by such boundary-crossings.’
  • ‘It was like many towns in that part of the country in its poverty and obsoleteness.’
  • ‘so much delay and cost because of more probable obsoleteness.’
  • ‘Don't you just love planned obsoleteness!’