Definition of Misdating

1. Noun. Something located at a time when it could not have existed or occurred.

Exact synonyms: Anachronism, Mistiming
Generic synonyms: Timekeeping
Derivative terms: Anachronic, Anachronistic, Misdate, Mistime

Definition of Misdating

1. Verb. (present participle of misdate) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Misdating

1. misdate [v] - See also: misdate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Misdating

miscreeds
miscrop
miscue
miscued
miscueing
miscues
miscuing
miscure
miscut
miscuts
miscutting
misd
misdate
misdated
misdates
misdating (current term)
misdeal
misdealed
misdealer
misdealers
misdealing
misdeals
misdealt
misdeed
misdeeds
misdeem
misdeemed
misdeeming
misdeems
misdefend

Literary usage of Misdating

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1. A Treatise on the Law of Negotiable Instruments: Including Bills of Exchange by John Warwick Daniel (1913)
"... VII THE misdating OF A BILL OK NOTE BY A FOREIGN RESIDENT § 1180. In the seventh place.—When a foreign resident dates a bill or note in another State, ..."

2. A Treatise on the Law of Evidence in Scotland by William Gillespie Dickson, John Skelton (1864)
"But it has been repeatedly held that misdating for a fraudulent or improper purpose is fatal to a deed, iu so far as it might confer benefit on any person ..."

3. An Experimental Psychology of Music by Karl Feininger (1909)
"And so peculiarly resultant are the consequences of misdating our senses, ... misdating always points to a preferential form of perception and, consequently ..."

4. A Digest of New York Statutes and Reports: From the Earliest Period to the by Benjamin Vaughan Abbott, Austin Abbott (1864)
"Supreme Ct., 1815, Morrell v. Pixley, 12 Johns., 258. 8. Bills of exceptions. 42. misdating. If, on argument on a writ of error, a party objects to a ..."

5. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1896)
"This is quite true when there is not palpable evidence of misdating, particularly of antedating. Hence the rule generally adopted by scientific bodies, ..."

6. Dictionary of National Biography by LESLIE. STEPHEN (1899)
"... then secretary ; and a curious double misdating of these transactions was also found; making it appear that Watt's communication of 20 Nov. ..."

7. Journal by Bond & Share Society, New Hampshire Dental Society, American Wine Society, Manning Valley Historical Society (1913)
"... two years Taxes of sixteen pounds by misdating my Acquittance A Yeare In my own Wronge. My Neece Betty Austen Gave Earnest att Lin for her Coach to goe ..."

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