Another word for dating back
People then, as today, appreciated beautiful flowers.
In many cases, a showy flower is the most beautiful and interesting part of the plant on which it grows.
It was natural therefore to consider the flower as the best part of a plant.
The term would be so useful in modern times; if someone asks, "Are you two boyfriend-girlfriend,'" you could answer, "Well, we had a great momentum that first week, and so far, anyway, we're going steady."7. " Remember when guys respectfully asked permission to make contact with you, and they made reference to actually picking up the receiver on the telephone and speaking into it? We're working on a way to block them permanently, so please bear with us, and know that we're as eager as you are to get rid of these pests.Long before we were sexting and sexiling and friending and becoming Facebook official, we were "seeing someone special" and "rendezvousing." Call us old-fashioned, but once upon a time, there were some pretty sweet dating terms that, if genuinely brought back, could really change the game.Here are 15 vintage dating terms that need to make a comeback:5. This used to mean "dating exclusively," but it's such an accurate description of the pseudo-quasi-relationship nonsense that goes on today.As a rule, subjects of sentences and objects of prepositions are nouns.(Noun phrases, actually, but for our purposes, "noun" will do.) "Back to school" is the subject of "Back to school is just days away," and the object of "for" in "It's almost time for back to school." So in sentences like these it's pretty clear that "back to school" is being used as a noun. A check of Google News for 2009 yields many hits like these: Usually, "back to school" is a prepositional phrase.