Word of the Week: supersede (soo-per-SEED)


(verb) 1. a) to cause to be set aside

b) to force out of use as inferior

c) to take the place or position of

d) to displace in favor of another

In Context

“This park also supersedes what must have been the world’s cleverest playground—a 10-foot-high fort made of telephone poles or logs up the hill at Rocky Ridge Park. (That simple, but popular play area was dismantled. Kids kept getting their heads stuck between the poles.)”

Jim McClure, The York (Pennsylvania) Daily Record, 5 May 2019