Synonyms for AGEeɪdʒ

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. age(noun)

    how long something has existed

    Synonyms:
    old age, long time, geezerhood, years, historic period, eld

    Antonyms:
    rejuvenate

  2. historic period, age(noun)

    an era of history having some distinctive feature

    Synonyms:
    years, long time, old age, geezerhood, age, historic period, eld

    Antonyms:
    rejuvenate

  3. age, eld(noun)

    a time of life (usually defined in years) at which some particular qualification or power arises

    Synonyms:
    old age, long time, geezerhood, age, years, historic period, eld

    Antonyms:
    rejuvenate

  4. long time, age, years(noun)

    a prolonged period of time

    Synonyms:
    long time, geezerhood, eld, old age, days, age, historic period, years

    Antonyms:
    rejuvenate

  5. old age, years, age, eld, geezerhood(verb)

    a late time of life

    Synonyms:
    long time, geezerhood, eld, old age, days, age, historic period, years

    Antonyms:
    rejuvenate

  6. age(verb)

    begin to seem older; get older

    Synonyms:
    mature, maturate, get on, senesce

    Antonyms:
    rejuvenate

  7. senesce, age, get on, mature, maturate(verb)

    grow old or older

    Synonyms:
    get on, age, shape up, progress, bestride, come on, grow, climb on, be on, suppurate, board, come along, senesce, get along, get along with, mount up, get on with, advance, jump on, fester, ripen, mount, maturate, mature, hop on

    Antonyms:
    rejuvenate

  8. age(verb)

    make older

    Synonyms:
    mature, maturate, get on, senesce

    Antonyms:
    rejuvenate

Wiktionary

  1. age(verb)

    To categorize by age.

    Synonyms:
    dotage, old age, eld

English Synonyms and Antonyms, by James Champlin Fernald

  1. age

    Sequence and succession apply to events viewed as following one another; time and duration denote something conceived of as enduring while events take place and acts are done. According to the necessary conditions of human thought, events are contained in time as objects are in space, time existing before the event, measuring it as it passes, and still existing when the event is past. Duration and succession are more general words than time; we can speak of infinite or eternal duration or succession, but time is commonly contrasted with eternity. Time is measured or measurable duration.

    Synonyms:
    date, duration, eon, epoch, era, period, season, sequence, succession, term, time, while

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