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age (n):
how long something has existed
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it was replaced because of its age
age (n):
a time of life (usually defined in years) at which some particular qualification or power arises
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she was now of school age.
tall for his eld
age (n):
a late time of life
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old age is not for sissies.
he's showing his years.
age hasn't slowed him down at all.
a beard white with eld.
on the brink of geezerhood

Related Words: geezerhood
age (n):
a prolonged period of time
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we've known each other for ages.
I haven't been there for years and years
age (n):
an era of history having some distinctive feature
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we live in a litigious age
age (v):
grow old or older
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She aged gracefully.
we age every day--what a depressing thought!
Young men senesce

Related Words: maturatematuresenesce
age (v):
begin to seem older; get older
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The death of his wife caused him to age fast
age (v):
make older
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The death of his child aged him tremendously
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Next Proverb

If you're in a hole, stop digging

Ateşe körükle gidilmez.
Do not create more trouble for yourself when you are already facing some


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