Examples of dated in a Sentence
The band's music sounds dated now.
The information was quite dated and no longer useful.
Recent Examples of dated from the Web
Posts at both ends of the current bridge are dated 1952.
The renovations that closed off chunks of the property are wrapping up and the dated structure is expected to re-emerge this spring with a fresh look and new tenants.
The humanistic psychologist Nathaniel Branden, however, made by far the most powerful statement on this subject, in a letter to a friend of his dated October 2, 1978.
White Dove’ by Benjamin Moore, and the dark, graphic rugs by Stark add contrast that Jones says won’t ever feel dated.
Any museum of vegetarianism would require room for irony, for dated stereotypes of vegetarians as flaky and earnest.
The latest iterations take the dated accessory and bring it into the current century.
Strengths include a good value proposition and a flexible interior, while its standings are hurt by dated electronics and sloppy handling.
The concept of Daylight Savings time is to many dated and no longer necessary.
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First Known Use of dated
DATED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of dated for English Language Learners
: coming from or belonging to a time in the past : old-fashioned or out-of-date
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