extinct

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  • At his death, the title became extinct because the prince died without issue.
  • Of these, the first four remain common, but the last four are likely extinct.
  • Thus, if he has no future sons, the title will again become extinct at his death.
  • If this does not occur, it will eventually become extinct in the wild.
  • Tree species, once thought to be long extinct, have only relatively recently been discovered here.
  • He was successful, and also found remains of other extinct species.
  • If our senses gave us wrong information about our environment, we would soon be extinct.
  • If eventually no one speaks the language at all, it becomes an extinct language.
  • It is very rare, and may already be extinct on the island.
  • It appears to have become extinct during the late sixth century.
  • Fifty-two languages formerly spoken in the country's territory are now extinct.
  • At least half of the species now known to have been living on Earth at that time went extinct.
  • Other birds probably evolved at this time, some modern, some now extinct.
  • To date there have been two extinct species named from the fossil record.
  • In some cases, a church, farm or single residence remains at the extinct community's location.
  • Most extinct district courts have disappeared by being divided into smaller districts.
  • It is the only British bird made extinct in historic times.
  • Many tribes became extinct during this period and by the end of the 18th century.
  • There are a few additional extinct district courts that fall into neither of the above two patterns.
  • Afterwards, the volcano became extinct again, and has remained so to this day.
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Meaning of extinct

  • adjective No longer in existence; lost or especially having died out leaving no living representatives
    an extinct species of fish, an extinct royal family, extinct laws and customs
  • adjective (of e.g. volcanos) permanently inactive
    an extinct volcano