dateless : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s having no known beginning and presumably no end
the dateless rise and fall of the tides
- s of such great duration as to preclude the possibility of being assigned a date
- s not bearing a date
a dateless letter
- s unaffected by time
few characters are so dateless as Hamlet
- As a leggy graduate of one of the country's best schools, Keio University, she defies the stereotype of host-club customers as dateless losers or low-class nightlife workers.
- Just ask two of the ringleaders of this bloodless, prom-dateless coup: archgeek Joss Whedon, the man behind Buffy the Vampire Slayer and the science-fiction movie Serenity, which .
- As Hollwyood movies zero in on their core demographic of dateless 14-year-old boys, European films of the art-house variety are trying to be more adult by showing more sex.
- EL Doctorow in Independent
He wanted, Doctorow writes, "to fix American life finally in one edition, what he called Collyer's eternally current dateless newspaper, the only newspaper anyone would ever need".
- Brian Morris in The Age
The executive in charge of the search, Melbourne Olympic Park Trust chief Brian Morris, told The Sunday Age the arena was not "desperate and dateless", and he was confident of finding a new sponsor when formal negotiations begin in February.