New and Out-of-date

New

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New adjective – Being or involving the latest methods, concepts, information, or styles.
Usage example: new techniques in plastic surgery

Out-of-date is an antonym for new in topics: additional, recent, modernized.
Nearby Words: newness, newly, newish
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Out-of-date

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Out-of-date adjective – Having passed its time of use or usefulness.
Usage example: the sorely out-of-date information that one finds all too frequently online

New is an antonym for out-of-date in old-fashioned topic.
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  • If a show portrays a world that seems out-of-date even when it's new, it's in a Retro Universe.
    Source: Zeerust Canon
  • The whole goal of the movie was to highlight how artificial and out-of-date the entire genre was, mostly by taking tropes about "the common clay of the new West" and showing what they'd actually be like.
  • Comicbook / Darkwing Duck Shout-Out: In the Joe Books ongoing, Isis Vanderchill is thawed out and realizes that her fashion is out-of-date, so she makes herself a new flowing dress out of ice and a distinctive windswept hairdo.Isis: Oh, trust me... it's a thing now.
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Out-of-date and New. (2016). Retrieved 2020, October 28, from https://thesaurus.plus/related/new/out-of-date
New & Out-of-date. N.p., 2016. Web. 28 Oct. 2020. <https://thesaurus.plus/related/new/out-of-date>.
Out-of-date or New. 2016. Accessed October 28, 2020. https://thesaurus.plus/related/new/out-of-date.

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