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  • Let us superanuated learners know where we can find the podcasts.

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  • "Alek" was a superanuated old colored man, belonging to the Reverend

    The Dismal Swamp and Lake Drummond, Early recollections Vivid portrayal of Amusing Scenes

  • A old minister who lived next door to Submit -- superanuated, but life enough in him to marry 'em safe and sound, a-performin 'the ceremony.

    Samantha among the Brethren — Volume 7

  • SOME months after Malinda had recovered from her sickness, I got permission from the Deacon, on one Sabbath day, to attend a prayer meeting, on a neighboring plantation, with a few old superanuated slaves, although this was contrary to the custom of the country -- for slaves were not allowed to assemble for religious worship.

    Narrative of the life and adventures of Henry Bibb : an American slave : written by himself,

  • I have no earthly object to live for nor have I the means to do so, with that comfort and ease which alone ought to reconcile it to superanuated infirmity.

    Documenting the American South: The Southern Experience in 19-th Century America

  • He owned some thirty or forty working hands; the children and superanuated, made his entire stock of slaves upwards of eighty.

    The Slave: or Memoirs of Archy Moore. Vol. I

  • A deaf old woman, too much superanuated to be fit for any thing but a nurse, was

    The Slave: or Memoirs of Archy Moore. Vol. I

  • Really, my dear, I should have supposed that part of your letter to have been written by your nurse, or some superanuated old woman, and not by the pen of Julia St. Edward.

    The Old Woman

  • Might she not be taking the benefit of the morning breezes? or might she not be making her charitable visits to the old superanuated servants, who, you say, are kept as monuments of antiquity? or after all our conjectures, may she not be carried away in a supernatural manner by those very spirits and goblins which are said to haunt the castle, and of whom you made such terrific mention?

    The Old Woman

  • She invokes the night and the moon, beneath whose rays these preparations are carried on, now, while the wild beasts lie asleep in the forests, and while the dogs alone bay the superanuated letcher, who relies singly on the rich scents with which he is perfumed for success, to speed her incantations, and signalise their power beneath the roof of him whose love she seeks.

    Lives of the Necromancers

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  • I know this is more commonly spelled superannuated, but I copied from an 1816 book...

    "SUPERANUATED, rendered unfit for service through old age." (citation in list description)

    October 9, 2008