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The simple answer is no.
The reason is the supersedence gets set when the package is created. If its not set then you have to go and touch that package to set the supersedence in which case you may as well just delete it.
You can easily sort and delete them though.
Start by going to Updates > Third Party Updates
Select Approval: All and Status: Any
Drag the Arrival Date column to the top bar so it filters on that. You will have a couple filter options when you move it. Older, one month ago, and (this may vary) last week or two weeks ago, etc. Expand Older.
Sort by the icon that I have pointed the arrow at. It is a little page icon with a green check arrow on it. Its actually called file status information technically.
Now just delete anything there you dont need that has a folded page with a check mark icon as those are the ones that have downloaded content with them. As you can see I only have 47 updates to go through and of those there are only 25 with content. It could be a pain still but hopefully that helps a little.
Have you taken a look in the admin guide at the default cleanup task. Review below the description of the option for recommended cleanup tasks.