ante-dated

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

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They must have been ante-dated, for they were really executed yesterday.

Oh, there was another point, the transfer was ante-dated three weeks.

By some curious mistake, his birth used for a long time to be ante-dated ten years from 1822 to 1812.

He produced between 1887 and 1900 works which might well have been ante-dated by fifteen years.

I have ante-dated, this time by several years, the capture of Poseidonia by the native Italians.

Ask Hunt if he thinks it will do, and to think of something to put on my ante-dated grave.

Were there laws which ante-dated human experience, which were in God—The Word—before it was made flesh?

One fact more, and this demonstration that Aneurin has been ante-dated will be complete.