ante-date

[ verb an-ti-deyt, an-ti-deyt; noun an-ti-deyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF ante-date

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They should ante-date the belief, whereas they post-date it.

But to bring the two things together it was necessary to ante-date the representation of the play.

It seemed as though he had not the right to ante-date heaven; as though he were not allowed to lead a pure, saintly life.

Then ante-date this gentleman's agreement by one day, so that Lousteau will be bound by the previous contract.

The only effect of the telegraphing has been to ante-date the issue by five or six weeks.

This is one of the many pieces of insignia too often called Confederate but which ante-date the Civil War by almost two decades.