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Another word for age

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Noun
  1. Old age

    See also:

    youth

  2. A particular time notable for its distinctive characteristics

      1. Indefinite, unlimited duration in which things are considered as happening in the past, present, or future; every moment there has ever been or ever will be
      2. A precise instant, second, minute, hour, day, week, month, or year, determined by clock or calendar; specif., the present instant, determined by clock
      3. A period at one's disposal:
      1. The full course, or one of the stages, of a disease
      2. Any of the divisions of the academic day.
      3. (Geology) A unit of time, longer than an epoch and shorter than an era.
      1. (Geol.) A subdivision of an eon
      2. An event or date that marks the beginning of a new or important period in the history of something
      3. A period of time as reckoned from a specific date serving as the basis of its chronological system.
      1. The beginning of a new and important period in the history of anything
      2. A particular period of history, especially one considered remarkable or noteworthy.
      3. (Geol.) A subdivision of a period in geologic time corresponding to the rock strata of a series
      1. The portion of a 24-hour period that is devoted to work, school, or business:
      2. A particular or specified day
      3. The struggle or contest occurring on a certain day or in a certain period of time
    See also:

    time

  3. A long time.

      1. The second of two full moons that occur in the same calendar month.
      2. A very long time
      1. A period of 12 calendar months reckoned from any date
      2. The period (365 days, 6 hours, 9 minutes, and 9.54 seconds of mean solar time) spent by the sun in its apparent passage from a fixed star and back to the same position again: it is the true period of the earth's revolution, and the difference in time between this and the tropical year is due to the precession of the equinoxes
      3. A period approximately equal to a year in other calendars.
      1. One who acquires holdings in a security or commodity in expectation of a rise in price.
      2. A long time
      3. A signal, syllable, etc. of long duration
      1. The quality, state, or fact of being eternal; eternal existence or duration; continuance without end
      2. The timeless state following death.
      3. A long period of time that seems endless
Verb
  1. To grow old

    See also:

    youth

  2. To bring or come to full development

    See also:

    youth

Another word for age

Noun
  1. The period of one's existence

    See also:

    life

  2. Old age

    See also:

    sense

  3. A period of time

      1. An estate granted for a fixed period.
      2. The end of a normal gestation period:
      3. A limited period of time.
      1. The period of time between; meantime
      1. A space between objects, points, or units, especially when making uniform amounts of separation:
      2. (Math.) The set containing all numbers between two given numbers: it may include one, both, or neither end point
      3. A period of time between two events, points of time, etc.; intervening period
      1. The average interval of time between the birth of parents and the birth of their offspring:
      2. A stage or period of sequential technological development and innovation.
      3. The people born and living about the same time, considered as a group:
      1. A billion years
      2. An indefinitely long period of time; an age.
      1. A group or series of ten.
      2. A division of the rosary consisting of one large bead and ten small beads
      3. In common usage, a ten-year period beginning with a year 0, as 1920-1929, 1930-1939, etc.
      1. A series, group, or amount of a hundred
      2. One of the 193 electoral divisions of the Roman people.
      3. A period of 100 years reckoned from a certain time, esp. from the beginning of the Christian Era (a.d. 1) [a.d. 1 through a.d. 100 is the first century a.d.; a.d. 1801 through a.d. 1900 is the 19th century a.d.; 400 b.c. through 301 b.c. is the 4th century b.c.]
      1. The end of a period of pregnancy; moment of giving birth
      2. The period regularly worked or to be worked by an employee
      3. A period at one's disposal:
      1. (Physics) The interval of time necessary for a regularly recurring motion to make a complete cycle
      2. An interval regarded as a distinct evolutionary or developmental phase:
      3. An interval of time characterized by the prevalence of a specified culture, ideology, or technology:
      1. (Geol.) A subdivision of an eon
      2. An event or date that marks the beginning of a new or important period in the history of something
      3. A period of time as reckoned from a specific date serving as the basis of its chronological system.
      1. The beginning of a new and important period in the history of anything
      2. A particular period of history, especially one considered remarkable or noteworthy.
      3. (Geol.) A subdivision of a period in geologic time corresponding to the rock strata of a series
  4. *A long time; often plural

    See also:

    period

Verb
  1. To grow old

  2. To mature

    See also:

    grow