Synonyms of 'date'

accompany, age, assemble, assembly, ball, boy, catch, committee, companion, conclave, conquest, contemporary, conventicle, convention, converge, convocation, council, court, current, day, engagement, fete, friend, gather, gathering, get-together, honey, league, levee, link, Man, meet, meeting, merge, obsolesce, obsolescent, obsolete, old, old-fashioned, party, period, run, see, session, sit-in, stand, steady, stream, symposium, take out, time, unite, woman, year, stage, soiree, sitting, shindig, seethe, season, seance, rust, rendezvous, reception, rally, quorum, prom, predate, postdate, plenum, Platonic year, phase, perish, passe, panel, outmoded, outdate, old hat, muster, molder, modern, Mill, Mass, Lover, latest, interview, indiction, huddle, housewarming, horde, hive, great year, girl, generation, fuse, fossilize, forum, forgather, flirt, fixture, festivity, fashionable, fade, escort, era, epoch, entertain, eisteddfod, double date, diet, date line, dateline, dated, date-stamp, dance, cycle, crowd, couple, coquette, copulate, congress, congregation, congregate, concourse, commission, colloquium, collect, cluster, clot, circuit, caucus, captive, bunch, brawl, boyfriend, borscht circuit, booking, blind date, beau, backdate, assignation, arrangement, archaic, appointment, antiquated, antiquate, antedate, ancient, aeon, woo, vampire, vamp, update, turnout, tryst, trendy, tour, throng, synod, sweetie, sweetheart, swarm, swain, surge, superannuate