dated

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adjective

having or showing a date: a dated record of all meetings.
out-of-date; old-fashioned: a nostalgic program of dated songs.

Origin of dated

First recorded in 1580–90; date1 + -ed3
Related formsdat·ed·ly, adverbdat·ed·ness, nounun·dat·ed, adjective

Synonyms for dated

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British Dictionary definitions for undated

undated

adjective

(of a manuscript, letter, etc) not having an identifying date

dated

adjective

unfashionable; outmodeddated clothes
(of a security) having a fixed date for redemption
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Word Origin and History for undated
adj.

"left without indication of date," 1560s, from un- (1) "not" + past participle of date (v.1) "assign a date to." Cf. German undatirt, Dutch ongedateerd, Swedish odaterad.

dated

adj.

"old-fashioned," 1900, past participle adjective from date (v.1).

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