dateless[ deyt-lis ]SEE DEFINITION OF dateless
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DATELESS
But it was a sacred emblem in the dateless antiquity of Egypt.
Even if it is "mere superstition" it has a dateless history.
Or take Shakespeare's epithet when he speaks of "death's dateless night."
Individual personality is perhaps the most dateless of all phenomena.
This gives it a dateless antiquity; and with this mrchen the kindred and allied mrchen establish a claim to enormous age.
Through that dim and dateless time he thought without knowing that he thought.
"Miss Austen's novels are dateless things," Mr. Augustine Birrell tells us.
So mad did the affair grow;—and is so madly recorded in those inextricable, dateless, chaotic Books.
Mrs. Owen had herself offered confirmation by placing the delivery of the dateless letter five years earlier.
Young Moorish girl, thy final hour is here, Cast off thy heresies and save thy soul From dateless pain.
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