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such as date. On this page you can see how to spell date. Also,
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definitions, list of synonyms, as well as list of common misspellings.
Centuries, aeon, millennia, aeons.
illicit meeting, heavy date, secret meetings, secret meeting.
flame, soul mate, fiance, young men, young man, steadies, steady.
day of the month, appointment, escort, engagement.
course, epoch, interim, age, aeon, time, spell, measure, cycle, season, era, duration, interval, span.
blueberry, pear, guava, tangerine, fruit, grape, watermelon, passion fruit, apple, citron, fig, berry, currant, strawberry, tamarind, papaya, avocado, grapefruit, banana, pineapple, loganberry, olive, melon, nectarine, prune, lime, raspberry, apricot, quince, peach, casaba melon, mango, gooseberry, blackberry, cherry, orange, lemon, plum, pomegranate, raisin, cranberry, cantaloupe.
bilberry, ackee, black currant, beefsteak tomato, blood orange.
concursion, one on one.
archaic, dated, antiquated, old-time, Old World, out, primitive, low-tech.
person accompanying another socially
companion, sweetheart, partner, steady, friend, lover, escort, blind date, boyfriend, girlfriend.
point in time; particular day or time
duration, term, hour, moment, span, while, juncture, year, quarter, generation, day, era, period, epoch, stage, spell, course, age, century, reign, time.
assignation, call, appointment, meeting, visit, rendezvous, tryst, interview.
date, day of the month.
until now, so far, up to now, until the present time, up to the present.
assign a time
fix, isolate, measure, fix the date of, put in its place, carbon-date, come from, record, affix a date to, determine, exist from, mark, originate in, register, belong to, chronicle.
obsolete, outdate, Obsolesce, show one's age, archaize, antiquate.
old, obsolete, old fashioned, outmoded.
see person socially
go steady, go out with, woo, step around, associate with, court, go together, consort with, keep company, go around with, see, deuce it, make a date, attend, fix up, take out, go around together.
Examples of usage:
– In Indian Mexico (1908) by Frederick Starr
– The Breaking Point by Mary Roberts Rinehart
– The Prussian Terror by Alexandre Dumas
– Psychotherapy by James J. Walsh
– The Bartlett Mystery by Louis Tracy