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date +‎ -able

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dateable (comparative more dateable, superlative most dateable)

  1. That may be ascribed a date or age.
  2. Suitable for dating (romantic outings).
    • 2009 August 9, Katherine Bindley, “Banker Seeks Beauty: Must Be Upbeat (Like the Economy)”, in New York Times[1]:
      Kathleen Reardon, 25, a production coordinator for Jones Apparel Group, said she noticed that Wall Street men seemed more stressed as a result of the economy but she never found them less dateable.
    Synonym: attractive
    Antonym: undateable

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