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Synonyms for date

time

put a date on

Synonyms

  • put a date on
  • determine the date of
  • assign a date to
  • fix the period of
  • ascertain the age of

become dated

Synonyms

  • become dated
  • become obsolete
  • show its age
  • become old-fashioned
  • obsolesce

go out with

Synonyms

date from or date back to

Synonyms

  • come from
  • belong to
  • be made in
  • be built in
  • originate in
  • be created in
  • originate from
  • exist from
  • have existed since
  • bear a date of

to date

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Synonyms for date

a commitment to appear at a certain time and place

to be with another person socially on a regular basis

Synonyms for date

a particular but unspecified point in time

the present

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the particular day, month, or year (usually according to the Gregorian calendar) that an event occurred

sweet edible fruit of the date palm with a single long woody seed

go on a date with

stamp with a date

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assign a date to

References in classic literature ?
Others were of a date during the reconstruction of the Southern states, and were mostly concerned with politics, for he had evidently taken a strong part in opposing the carpet-bag politicians who had been sent down from the North.
The oldest date is eighteen-seventy-five, and there is only one of that year.
As a rule, there is not more than one short sentence for a year, sometimes not even that, but merely a date.
I can think of no means of ascertaining the date at present," I said, "because I can think of no persons who are sure to know it, but Count Fosco and Sir Percival Glyde.
The printing- office was my school from a very early date.
He was standing before a goat-skin tent amidst a clump of date palms within a tiny oasis.
The date of my departure had been set; I was to leave in two weeks.
It impelled him to ascertain the date at which the murder had been committed, and
WHAT I have now to tell you of Mary is derived from information obtained at a date in my life later by many years than any date of which I have written yet.
My public servants have been fools and rogues from the date of your accession to power," replied the State; "my legislative bodies, both State and municipal, are bands of thieves; my taxes are insupportable; my courts are corrupt; my cities are a disgrace to civilisation; my corporations have their hands at the throats of every private interest - all my affairs are in disorder and criminal confusion.
On the date therein mentioned the prisoner at the bar, Mr.
Miss Felicity King has edited our helpful household department very ably, and Miss Cecily King's fashion notes were always up to date.
Since then every year upon the same date there has always appeared a similar box, containing a similar pearl, without any clue as to the sender.
He had only to make the date at which the loan expired coincide with the date of his marriage, and there was his father-in-law's money at his disposal, or at his wife's disposal--which meant the same thing.
Here do I sit now, In this the smallest oasis, Like a date indeed, Brown, quite sweet, gold-suppurating, For rounded mouth of maiden longing, But yet still more for youthful, maidlike, Ice-cold and snow-white and incisory Front teeth: and for such assuredly, Pine the hearts all of ardent date-fruits.