no longer in existence; that has ended or died out:
an extinct species of fish.
no longer in use; obsolete:
an extinct custom.
extinguished; quenched; not burning.
having ceased eruption; no longer active:
an extinct volcano.
(of an animal or plant species) having no living representative; having died out
quenched or extinguished
(of a volcano) no longer liable to erupt; inactive
void or obsolete: an extinct political office
early 15c., from Latin extinctus/exstinctus, past participle of extinguere/exstinguere (see extinguish). Originally of fires; the sense of the condition of “dying out” of a family or a hereditary title, 1580s; of species by 1768. Cf. extinction.
[ik-strak-tiv] /ɪkˈstræk tɪv/ adjective 1. tending or serving to , or based upon extraction: coal, oil, copper, and other extractive industries. 2. capable of being , as from the earth: extractive fuels. 3. of, relating to, or involving extraction: extractive surgery. 4. of or of the nature of an . noun 5. something . /ɪkˈstræktɪv/ […]
[ek-struh-dahy-tuh-buh l, ek-struh-dahy-] /ˈɛk strəˌdaɪ tə bəl, ˌɛk strəˈdaɪ-/ adjective 1. capable of being ; subject to extradition: an extraditable person. 2. capable of incurring extradition: an extraditable offense. /ˈɛkstrəˌdaɪtəbəl/ adjective 1. (of a crime) rendering the offender liable to extradition: an extraditable offence 2. (of a person) subject to extradition
[ik-strey-nee-uh s] /ɪkˈstreɪ ni əs/ adjective 1. introduced or coming from without; not belonging or proper to a thing; external; foreign: extraneous substances in our water. 2. not pertinent; irrelevant: an extraneous remark; extraneous decoration. /ɪkˈstreɪnɪəs/ adjective 1. not essential 2. not pertinent or applicable; irrelevant 3. coming from without; of external origin 4. not […]
[fak-choo-uh l] /ˈfæk tʃu əl/ adjective 1. of or relating to facts; concerning facts: factual accuracy. 2. based on or restricted to facts: a factual report. /ˈfæktʃʊəl/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or characterized by facts 2. of the nature of fact; real; actual adj. 1834, from fact on model of actual. Related: Factually.