Word family noun date adjective dated outdated verb date predate
From King Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdateddat‧ed /ˈdeɪtɪd/ ●○○ adjective OLD-FASHIONEDold-fashionedout-of-date That dress looks a bit dated now.see thesaurus at old-fashioned
Examples from the Corpus
datedJust look at the hairstyles in this photo -- they're so dated!The song was a big hit last year, but it's already starting to sound dated.It had become dated and out of fashion, but was still occasionally heard.One such charming and dated anomaly is that a school like Burleigh can be bought.The minimal sculptures by Araeen and Avtarjeet Danjal have a dated, anonymous air.But some decidedly dated machinery recently became the talk of the site.