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  • noun A person who takes part in cyberdating.
  • noun A date (romantic event) brought about by cyberdating.


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cyber- +‎ date


  • She had four days to decide whether or not she was going to make an appearance at the appointed time or stand up her cyberdate in favor of a real man, one who might be able to offer her more than just words on a screen.

    Goodnight Tweetheart

  • Either alternative beat sitting in front of the computer waiting to be picked up for a cyberdate by a man she knew so little about he was beginning to make the Phantom of the Opera seem like an extrovert.

    Goodnight Tweetheart

  • I wondered if Beth was doing the same thing at the same timean unrequited cyberdate.

    Excerpt: The Gospel According To Larry by Janet Tashjian

  • The research, conducted by polling firm GlobeScan, showed that the urge to cyberdate isn't quite as strong among other countries.



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