Synonyms for Date:

n.

address, annotate, backdate, caption, century, complete, day, enshrine, enter, fill out, generation, hour, moment, quarter, reign, semester, year, fill in. ageless, assignation, call, girlish, interview, rendezvous, tryst, well-preserved, young, younger, youth, youthful, fresh-faced. boyfriend, check over, companion, friend, girlfriend, go over, honey, inspect, lover, monitor, partner, pickup, review, scrutinize, squire, steady, study, sweetheart, sweetie, trick. agree, backgrounder, meeting, reunion, salon, meet and greet. block, chapter, countdown, delay, distance. carry on, cheat, cohabit, court, fool around, go with, go together, dally with. fri, friday, mon, monday, sat, saturday, sun, sunday, M. love, significant other, squeeze, old flame, a steady boyfriend/girlfriend, the man/woman in your life. age (noun)
aeon.
boyfriend (noun)
steady.
date (noun)
appointment, day of the month, engagement, escort.
duration (noun)
aeon, age, course, cycle, duration, epoch, era, interim, interval, measure, season, span, spell, time.
fruit (noun)
apple, apricot, avocado, banana, berry, blackberry, blueberry, cantaloupe, casaba melon, cherry, citron, cranberry, currant, fig, fruit, gooseberry, grape, grapefruit, guava, lemon, lime, loganberry, mango, melon, nectarine, olive, orange, papaya, passion fruit, peach, pear, pineapple, plum, pomegranate, prune, quince, raisin, raspberry, strawberry, tamarind, tangerine, watermelon.
fruits (noun)
ackee, bilberry, black currant, beefsteak tomato, blood orange.
girlfriend (noun)
girlfriend.
old fashioned (noun)
antiquated, archaic, dated, low-tech, old-time, out, primitive, Old World.
person (noun)
escort.
person accompanying another socially (noun)
boyfriend, companion, escort, friend, girlfriend, lover, partner, steady, sweetheart.
point in time; particular day or time (noun)
age, century, course, day, duration, epoch, era, generation, hour, moment, quarter, reign, span, spell, time, year.
social engagement (noun)
appointment, assignation, call, interview, meeting, rendezvous, tryst.
time (noun)
day of the month.

v.

assign a time (verb)
measure.
become obsolete (verb)
obsolete.
pass (verb)
obsolete, old, outmoded, old fashioned.
see person socially (verb)
court, go together.

Other synonyms:

ageless, annotate, backgrounder, caption, cohabit, enshrine, fill out, fool around, fri, friday, girlish, mon, monday, reunion, saturday, sunday, well-preserved, younger, dally with, meet and greet, old flame. backdate, countdown, enter, rendezvous, sat, squire, tryst, young, fill in, go together, fresh-faced. complete, day, lover, meeting, youth. chapter, delay, hour, salon, sun. address, carry on, distance, go with, year. cheat, steady. court. squeeze. M. block. accompany
squire.
loose woman
pickup.
rendezvous
assignation.
sweetheart
girlfriend.
Other relevant words:
address, ageless, annotate, antiquated, appointment, archaic, assignation, backdate, backgrounder, block, boyfriend, call, century, companion, countdown, court, dated, day, day of the month, distance, engagement, enter, escort, friend, generation, girlfriend, girlish, go with, honey, hour, interview, lover, meeting, moment, mon, obsolete, old, outmoded, partner, quarter, reign, rendezvous, reunion, salon, sat, saturday, squire, steady, sunday, sweetheart, sweetie, tryst, year, M, old fashioned, Old World, go together, fresh-faced.

Usage examples for date

  1. On this work he has written his name and the date in gold letters. – The Lives of the Painters, Sculptors & Architects, Volume 1 (of 8) by Giorgio Vasari
  2. Circumstances have changed much with them since that date – The Landleaguers by Anthony Trollope
  3. An up- to- date woman like you mustn't make a noise like before the war. – Gaslight Sonatas by Fannie Hurst