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Correct spelling:
The time of any event, fruit of the date- palm.
To note the time of.
To reckon time.
fruit (noun)
raspberry, fruit, nectarine, guava, strawberry, fig, grapefruit, casaba melon, banana, grape, avocado, apple, olive, pomegranate, papaya, melon, quince, pear, loganberry, cranberry, berry, apricot, tamarind, orange, citron, kumquat, blueberry, plum, peach, lime, blackberry, watermelon, currant, mango, prune, gooseberry, cherry, passion fruit, cantaloupe, lemon, raisin, pineapple, tangerine.
fruits (noun)
beefsteak tomato, bilberry, black currant, blood orange, ackee.
duration (noun)
span, era, interim, interval, season, time, course, period, duration, measure, aeon, epoch, spell, age, cycle.
pass (verb)
old, outmoded, obsolete, old-fashioned.
Other synonyms:
encounter, interview, go together, old flame, tryst, young, Monday, carry on, naming, lifetime, betrothal, realize, ascertain, enter, study, insure, fight, out, significant other, see, consider, go with, cohabit, figure, project, go through, go steady, day of the month, employment, generation, lover, fool around, visualize, love, the man/woman in your life, involution, squire, rendezvous, youthful, date stamp, watch, backgrounder, participation, reign, envision, quarter, Fri., determine, a steady boyfriend/girlfriend, bodyguard, particular date, check, realise, old-time, cheat, eon, squeeze, complete, booking, life, dally with, image, court, regard, sweetheart, primitive, backdate, designation, boyfriend, pick up, interpret, term, accompaniment, moment, old-world, run across, see to it, fill out, archaic, younger, ageless, involvement, battle, visit, reckon, inspect, discover, get a line, meshing, meeting, check over, scrutinize, Mon., Sun., standing, annotate, come across, chapter, salon, pickup, understand, mesh, caption, M., steady, life span, construe, call, take in, control, antiquated, appointment, sweetie, dated, look, go over, while, well-preserved, assignment, hour, Friday, enshrine, assure, countdown, fancy, take care, honey, youth, Sat., run, Sunday, year, catch, learn, escort, picture, get wind, companion, fresh-faced, partner, distance, address, witness, meet and greet, continuance, get word, agree, assignation, girlfriend, century, fitting, run into, sequence, low-tech, interlocking, trick, examine, meet, go out, monitor, visualise, engagement, Saturday, semester, friend, troth, find out, exit, appointee, delay, review, fill in, reunion, get out, view, hear, attend, girlish, experience, ensure, block, leave, day, succession, conflict, find.
Examples of usage:
  1. It is not this fact that gives me the date, but the house we lived in. - "Mark Twain, A Biography, Vol. 1, Part 1, 1835-1866 The Personal And Literary Life Of Samuel Langhorne Clemens", Albert Bigelow Paine.
  2. I assure you you're completely out of date. - "Dawn of All", Robert Hugh Benson.
  3. There was choice as to the date, however. no - "The Hour and the Man An Historical Romance", Harriet Martineau.

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