Definition of moribund:
out-of-date, mossy, fossilized, faulty, medieval, passé, démodé, outworn, adynamic, expiring, sinking, futile, outdated, useless, outmoded, prehistoric, dead, dated, moth-eaten, undynamic, defective, neolithic, dying, purposeless, rusty, worthless, ineffective, inefficient, pathetic, kaput, Stone Age, pointless, stagnant, superannuated, archaic, demoded, Noachian, antiquated.
- "Somehow Good", William de Morgan.
They had rejoiced quite openly after Christmas, and called attention every week in prose and poetry to the moribund condition of the British Empire, even boasting as if they themselves had borne a part in its humiliation.- "Hyacinth 1906", George A. Birmingham.
- "A Cathedral Singer", James Lane Allen.