ante-dating

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

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Mrs. Stanton was born in 1815, ante-dating Miss Anthony by five years.

This ante-dating of curiosities is the weakness of collectors.

The response of the Admiralty officials was that the case was peculiar; there was "no precedent" for ante-dating a promotion.

Once before the same engagement had been made, which he had then quashed by ante-dating his arrival.

Three facts relating to this locality—and three only—seem to be proven as ante-dating the commencement of that printed story.