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demoded

adjective de·mod·ed \(ˌ)dē-ˈmō-dəd\

Definition of DEMODED

:  démodé

Examples of DEMODED

  1. <with its demoded '70s look—shag carpeting, no less—that split-level is in need of some serious updating>

First Known Use of DEMODED

1887

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