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abut, adjoin, border, brush, butt on, caress, come together, communicate, contact, converge.
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Correct spelling:
date
Definition:
Department of Animal Taxonomy and Ecology

Synonyms:

noun
age
Centuries, aeon, millennia, aeons.
appointment
sessions.
assignation
illicit meeting, heavy date, secret meetings, secret meeting.
boyfriend
flame, soul mate, fiance, young men, young man, steadies, steady.
counterpart
vis-a-vis.
date
day of the month, appointment, escort, engagement.
duration
course, epoch, interim, age, aeon, time, spell, measure, cycle, season, era, duration, interval, span.
food
date.
fruit
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.
fruits
bilberry, ackee, black currant, beefsteak tomato, blood orange.
girlfriend
girlfriend.
meeting
concursion, one on one.
old fashioned
archaic, dated, antiquated, old-time, Old World, out, primitive, low-tech.
person
date, escort.
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.
social engagement
assignation, call, appointment, meeting, visit, rendezvous, tryst, interview.
time
date, day of the month.
to date
until now, so far, up to now, until the present time, up to the present.
verb
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.
become obsolete
obsolete, outdate, Obsolesce, show one's age, archaize, antiquate.
cognition
date.
pass
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.
social
date.
Examples of usage:
  1. The costumbre comes at about the same time each year, though not upon a fixed date. – In Indian Mexico (1908) by Frederick Starr
  2. He wrote out the story and left it in his desk for me to read after he had gone, and as he added to it from time to time, when I got it it was almost up to date. – The Breaking Point by Mary Roberts Rinehart
  3. If I fix a date, it is because I am sure not to have to ask for further delay. – The Prussian Terror by Alexandre Dumas
  4. It is a question whether this delay would have occurred if the mother's expectation of the birth had been directed to a date a month ahead of that on which her mind became fixed as the time of labor. – Psychotherapy by James J. Walsh
  5. Carshaw himself had inquired the latest date on which he would be expected to start work. – The Bartlett Mystery by Louis Tracy

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