Sentence for date | Use date in a sentence

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  • All these wines, except the sparkling, had their date of birth in the precedent century. (10)
  • At my suggestion, he fixed the trees to the date of the Heptarchy, a period of heavy ploughing. (10)
  • But, as far as heard from, up to date, he means paint first, last, and all the time. (9)
  • Disasters even of old date brought groans from him. (10)
  • His passions became dead and of old date. (10)
  • His personal dealings with Barto were of recent date; but Luigi knew him by repute: he knew that the shoemaking business was a mask. (10)
  • His silk hat has a date no earlier than the year before the last, and his boots, scrupulously polished, are innocent of patches. (1)
  • It was a mellifluous love-song from a popular Opera somewhat out of date. (10)
  • Out it came, on a nod first; then a dreary mention of a date, and an incident, to bring it nearer to comprehension. (10)
  • Prisoners of long date do not hope; they do not calculate: air, light, they say; to breathe freely and drop down! (10)
  • She considered she was bound to marry the man at some distant date, and did not feel unhappiness yet. (10)
  • She had started a fresh diversion, and she pressed him for the date. (10)
  • Shelton looked at the envelope, and saw, that it, bore date a week ago. (8)
  • Since that date they had not met; but their friendship was fast. (10)
  • The postal address, with the date, was fully given, and the name signed at the end was evidently genuine. (9)
  • The printing- office was my school from a very early date. (9)
  • They had been rivals before; and anterior to the date of his marriage, Andrew had done odd eclipsing things. (10)
  • To Soames a kind of affectation seemed to cling about it all, a sort of picturesqueness which was out of date. (8)
  • Total Repeal was named; the precise date when the Minister intended calling Parliament together to propose it. (10)
  • Without fixing any date, Fulkerson had announced it, and pushed his announcements with the shameless vigor of a born advertiser. (9)
  • Your Church is out of date, my dear, and so are you! (8)

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