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dated

(Antiquated), adjective ancient, antiquated, archaic, discontinued, not modern, obsolete, past, preexisting, stale, superannuated, timeworn, used, vintage, waning, weathered, worn, worn out

dated

(Date-stamped), adjective embossed, imprinted, marked, recorded, sealed
Associated concepts: a date certain, acknowledgment, date of injury, date of issue
Foreign phrases: Datum.A date. A datu. From the date. A die confectionis. From the date of the making (action taken). A die datus. From the day of the actual date.
See also: antiquated, obsolete, outdated, outmoded
References in classic literature ?
Cruncher himself always spoke of the year of our Lord as Anna Dominoes: apparently under the impression that the Christian era dated from the invention of a popular game, by a lady who had bestowed her name upon it.
Consequently, I was not prepared, at seven o'clock next morning, to receive the following communication, dated half past nine in the evening; a quarter of an hour after I had left him: -
Young as I was, I believe that I dated a new admiration of Joe from that night.
That softening of feeling towards him which dated from his misfortune, that merging of suspicion and dislike in a rather contemptuous pity for him as lone and crazy, was now accompanied with a more active sympathy, especially amongst the women.
On the death of old Count Philibert, he became the head of one of the oldest and most distinguished families in France, whose arms dated back to the fourteenth century.
He caught up the next paper; it was a brief note in the doctor's hand and dated at the top.
And then he signed and dated the letter with an amateur's pride, and looked to be famous by the morrow.
They must have been ghosts," I said; "I wonder whence they dated.