Date synonyms

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A part of a meal served as a unit at one time:
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Need or occasion:
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To reach a decision about after thought and investigation; decide upon
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(Intransitive, idiomatic, dated) To court.
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To seek the affection of (someone, especially a woman) with the intent to marry or begin a romantic relationship.
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(Physics & Astronomy) The time interval between two successive occurrences of a recurrent event or phases of an event; a cycle:
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The 24-hour period (mean solar day) that it takes the earth to rotate once on its axis with respect to the sun: the civil or legal day is from midnight to midnight, the astronomical day from noon to noon
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A period of 12 calendar months reckoned from any date
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(--- loosely) The rhythm and tempo characteristic of a kind of composition
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A moment (of time).
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A particular period of history, especially one considered remarkable or noteworthy.
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The longest division of geologic time, made up of one or more periods.
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The act or process of producing offspring; procreation
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The condition of being old; old age
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(Archaic) A point of time designating the beginning or end of a period
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(Chiefly Austral.) A period of rest or relief from activity
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A six-month period; half year
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One fourth of an hour; 15 minutes.
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A period or term of three months.
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A period of time:
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The number of years required to receive the present value of future payments, both of interest and principle, of a bond, often used as an indicator of a bond's price volatility resulting from changes in interest rates.
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The section between two intermediate supports of a bridge.
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A point in time that is gratifying or noteworthy:
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The time, effort, or trouble taken in doing something:
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Dominance, prevalence, or sway
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(Astron.) A sidereal hour; angular unit equaling 15° measured along the celestial equator
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A period of 100 years.
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A usually private meeting or meeting place that has been agreed on by lovers.
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An appointment to meet, esp. one made secretly by lovers, or the meeting itself; tryst; rendezvous
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The meeting itself
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A promise; pledge
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A formal meeting, in person, for the assessment of a candidate or applicant. [from 20th c.]
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A social call
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A social engagement between two persons who have not previously met, usually arranged by a mutual acquaintance.
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A date in which two couples participate.
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A thing that matches another in sort, color, etc.; one of a pair or set
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One or more vehicles accompanying another vehicle to guide, protect, or honor its passengers.
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Someone with whom one is in love and by whom one is loved; lover
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A female friend.
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A male friend.
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An English country gentleman, especially the chief landowner in a district.
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Sweetheart; dear.
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Person with whom one has a date, sense 2
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The person whom one dates regularly, usually exclusively.
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A small, open truck with low sides, for hauling light loads
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A convention or specialized skill peculiar to a particular field of activity:
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To name or select officially for an office, position, etc.
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To indicate historical time
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To indicate historical time
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To indicate historical time
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To indicate historical time
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To mark, lay out, or establish dimensions for by measuring:
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To indicate historical time
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To indicate historical time
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To indicate historical time
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To indicate historical time
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To establish the age of (carbonaceous material) by means of carbon dating
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To indicate historical time
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To indicate historical time
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To indicate historical time
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To indicate historical time
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To indicate historical time
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To indicate historical time
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To indicate historical time
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The process of establishing order in events based on the time occurrence of the events.
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To tell or write the history of; put into a chronicle
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To render free of external influence; insulate:
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To indicate historical time
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To be or go with, especially as a companion.
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To court or be courted
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To remain ready to serve; wait.
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To court or be courted
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To court or be courted
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To court or be courted
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To court or be courted
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To court or be courted
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To court or be courted
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(Idiomatic) Of two or more things, to correspond or fit well
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(Intransitive, dated) To date one person regularly and exclusively.
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To go and look:
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(Archaic) To be contented to receive; to receive without opposition; to put up with
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To pay respectful or flattering attention to (a person) in order to get something
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To produce or cause to produce fruit.
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(Intransitive) To leave, especially a building.
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the specified day of the month
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a particular but unspecified point in time
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A spouse.
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A sweet yellowish or brownish viscid fluid produced by various bees from the nectar of flowers and used as food.
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