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Definition of "backdating" [backdating]

  • Present participle of backdate. (verb)

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Use "backdating" in a sentence
  • "At the time, VA spokeswoman Alison Aikele, told the Albany Times-Union an "initial investigation revealed that someone in the regional office intentionally entered veterans 'claim documents with incorrect dates -- called' backdating '-- into an internal database.""
  • "Times-Union an "initial investigation revealed that someone in the regional office intentionally entered veterans 'claim documents with incorrect dates -- called' backdating '-- into an internal database.""
  • "In a letter Sunday to Mr. Thorson, OTS Director John Reich called the backdating episode "a relatively small factor in the events leading to the failure of IndyMac.""