Expired Definition

Below is a list of some of the sentences that use expired, so you can learn how to use expired in sentences. In addition, you can see the pronunciation of the word expired here, and see the words sound like or similar to expired

# Sentence Times
1. "Some women may develop a peri-oral dermatitis from using some old, expired makeup that might irritate the skin and cause little red bumps that look like acne, " adds Dr. Bowers. 1
2. A better-than-expected report on home prices was largely written off as getting a lift from a now expired home buyer tax credit. 1
3. A patentee may not conclude a patent licensing contract with another person in respect of his patent after such patent has expired or been invalidated. 1
4. A structured approach for automatically cleaning the HTTP session when objects are no longer useful guards against potential use of expired objects. 1
5. A tax break also expired for hiring young people, certain veterans and other targeted groups, according to Woolf. 1
6. Acute treatment includes dilation of the central retinal artery by rebreathing expired carbon dioxide, breathing carbogen (5% carbon dioxide with 95% oxygen, or sublingual nitroglycerin. 1
7. Acute treatment includes dilation of the central retinal artery by rebreathing expired carbon dioxide, breathing carbogen (5% carbon dioxide with 95% oxygen), or sublingual nitroglycerin. 1
8. After his NCAA eligibility expired following his 2003 season with the Bears, Ervin left Cal academically as well as athletically. 1
9. After offering a prayer, the virgin expired. 1
10. After the trade fair has finished or the lease of the counter has expired, the consumer may also demand compensation from the organizer of the trade fair or the lessor of the counter. 1
11. An old kitchen spatula or expired credit card will work fine for a spreader. 1
12. And if it was tossed around more than a couple of weeks ago, the thread might have expired. 1
13. Apply before the first priority period has expired. 1
14. Arthur and his driving licence expired last Thursday. 1
15. As the original lease had expired, a new Committee was appointed to consider how best to make the garden viable. 1
16. Barnes was resolved to moving on when his contract expired. 1
17. Between 1775 and 1800, when their patent expired, 321 steam-engines were built. 1
18. But a judge dismissed the criminal case a few months later, because the statute of limitations had expired. 1
19. But Cheney has said statute of limitations has expired on many of his secrets. 1
20. By dispatching from a queue's head and placing expired threads at a queue's tail, execution happens in a round-robin fashion within a priority. 1
21. By the time this letter is published, the Faculty examination consultation period will have expired. 1
22. By then, the three-year statute of limitations may have expired. 1
23. Check your medicine cabinet for expired or unidentified medicines. Flush them down the toilet. 1
24. Cipher: Our free trial of kungfu has expired. 1
25. Clean-up documents, expired or not the long-term need to archive documents prepared for the archives, some of the temporary removal of expired documents of all clean-up. 2
26. Clean-up documents, expired or not the long-term need to archive documents prepared for the archives(Sentence dictionary), some of the temporary removal of expired documents of all clean-up. 2
27. Despite aggressive treatment, including emergency fasciectomy, the patient expired due to uncontrolled sepsis from a secondary wound infection 2 months after admission. 1
28. For example, Duke Dougherty, a rookie haggler in Williston, N.C., asked for — and received — 10% off a $4, 000 John Deere lawn mower at Lowe's, even though the sale offer had expired. 1
29. For most tribes, that expired in late 1995. 1
30. For the bank draft inquired about by the agent bank of the drawee, the refund may be processed only after the time limit for presentment for payment has expired. 1
 

Expired

[ˌikˈspī(ə)r]

VERB

  - (of a document, authorization, or agreement) cease to be valid, typically after a fixed period of time.

  - (of a person) die.

Synonyms

List of Prefixes

A-
Afro-
After-
Ambi-
Amphi-
An-
Ana-
Anglo-
Ante-
Anti-
Ap-
Apo-
Arch-
Astro-
Auto-
Back-
Be-
Bi-

List of Suffixes

-Acy
-Al
-Ance
-Ence
-Dom
-Er
-Or
-Ism
-Ist
-Ity
-Ty
-Ment
-Ness
-Ship
-Sion
-Tion
-Ate
-En