verb. ['ˌsuːpɝˈsiːd'] take the place or move into the position of.
- step in
- put back
- supervene upon
- come after
- superseder (Middle French (ca. 1400-1600))
- supersedeo (Latin)
Rhymes with Supersede
Sentences with supersede
1. Verb, non-3rd person singular present
Discuss the importance of the similarities and differences in order to show students that the similarities supersede the differences.
2. Noun, plural
If you have named any beneficiaries on payable-on-death savings, checking or investment accounts, these supersede will provisions.
3. Verb, past tense
The terms of the decree then supersede the post-separation order with permanent alimony that takes property distribution into consideration.
4. Verb, base form
The lender wants to ensure the lease does not have any provisions that would supersede the first lien position.