Definition: dead; no longer in use or existence
Definition: dead; no longer in use or existence
Sentences Containing 'defunct'
The 1924–25 WCHL season was the fourth season for the now defunct Western Canada Hockey League.
Falkenried is a defunct tram manufacturer based in Hamburg, Germany.
Engineering was carried out at Daewoo's now defunct Worthing Technical Centre in the United Kingdom.
This was mainly due to him being a part of the now-defunct 'rebel' Indian Cricket League.
The crew jettisoned all excess weight, including one of the defunct engines.
The Owen Sound North Stars are a defunct Canadian Senior box lacrosse team.
The programme was shown on the now defunct channel UK Play.
She previously hosted "Street Sweep" on the now defunct network, CNNfn.
The defunct New Zealand Association reformed itself as the New Zealand Company in June 1838.
In 1966 Lokaltrafikkhistorisk Forening was created to take care of defunct material from Oslo Sporveier.
The recording took place in the defunct studios of CBS on Paraguay street.
He also coached the San Antonio Riders of the defunct WLAF.
Later she joined Malcolm McLaren's now defunct girl-band, Jungk.
Vultee acquired the assets of the defunct AMC, including Lycoming and Stinson Aircraft Company.
Defunct museums are listed in a separate section.
The seminary is a remnant of the now defunct Phillips University.
The Cryptonemiales is a defunct algal order; it is synonymous with the Halymeniales and has significant overlap with the Nemastomatales.
Hsia graduated from the now-defunct University of Shanghai.
The also defunct community of Christopher stood between Thomas and Auburn.
Mennenga's direct motivation for creating the ABA was his and his family's bad experience with the now defunct International Bicycle Motocross (IBMX) (not to be confused with the now also defunct but respected International Bicycle Motocross Federation (IBMXF)).
And Ma Ying-jeou's name is in the defunct French academic transcription.
He also played for the Las Vegas Outlaws of the defunct XFL.
There are a number of defunct clubs in Sheffield that made a significant contribution to football in the city.
The Bell Canyon Center is a largely defunct shopping mall in Sandy, Utah History.
The NSC played host to the defunct Minnesota Thunder of the USL First Division.
Encaprin is a defunct brand of coated aspirin made by Procter Gamble in the mid-1980s.
The following clandestine organizations, some of which may be defunct, are sometimes associated with the deep state: Incidents.
In June 2008, CNET hailed JenniCam as one of the greatest defunct websites in history.
The village was a stop on the now defunct Shropshire and Montgomeryshire Railway, that ran from 1866 to 1960.
This led him to the now defunct "Archer's Restaurant" in Toronto.
For practical purposes, defunct and future mines are demarcated in italics and bold respectively.
Hooker Brewery is on the site of the defunct Emerald Brewery just outside Roscommon town.
The first season was in 2006 and carried on from the defunct Formula Dream series.
Individuals with one copy of the defunct gene display both normal and abnormal haemoglobin.
He never claimed the defunct throne of Romania, unlike his son Paul.
"Defunct" refers only to the stations themselves and not necessarily the schools that operated them.
The next year, he moved to the Fresno Falcons of the now-defunct WCHL.
"Doom Trooper" was originally published by now defunct Target Games.
The various hotels are connected across I-15 by both a monorail and a defunct amusement train line.
From 1856 on, sports at the Stella was dominated by the now defunct 'stilts game', "soccer on stilts".
Sirota was a contributor to OpenLeft, a now-defunct progressive political blog.
He was a senior official in the now defunct Constitutional Democratic Rally.
The latter is not to be confused with the defunct classic race The Grand Prix held at Walthamstow until its closure.
It was also the home of now defunct independent television station Alt TV.
She has also written for the defunct "Far Eastern Economic Review", "The Australian", and "The Spectator Australia".
Newcastle KB United are a defunct Australian association football (soccer) club.
SourceKibitzer is now defunct and the organizers have moved on to other projects.
Stewart's were an unrelated, now-defunct, Baltimore, Maryland-based chain of department stores, Stewart Dry Goods was a separate now-defunct Louisville, Kentucky chain.
The company was incorporated in 1985 and went defunct in 2006.
It was recorded over a period of six months between 2005-2006 at the now-defunct Deathbot Studios.
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staccato - played in an abrupt manner; marked by abrupt sharp sound; Ex. staccato applause
ration - fixed portion; V: distribute as rations
paean - song of praise or joy; Ex. paeans celebrating the victory
cache - hiding place; V.
forbearance - patience; forgiveness; V. forbear: refrain from (in a generous and forgiving way); be patient; Ex. forbear to send him to prison
colander - utensil with perforated bottom used for straining
statutory - created by statute or legislative action; regulated by statute; Ex. statutory age limit
steep - soak; saturate; Ex. steep the fabric in the dye bath; ADJ: precipitous