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aged

a·ged [or] aged

aged [or] aged

 
parts of speech:
adjective, noun
part of speech: adjective
pronunciation: eI jihd  for 1 and 2 [or] eIjd  for 3 and 4
definition 1: being old or advanced in years.
synonyms:
elderly, old, senescent
antonyms:
young, youthful
similar words:
advanced
definition 2: of or relating to old age.
synonyms:
old, olden
antonyms:
young, youthful
similar words:
superannuated, timeworn
definition 3: having certain improvements because of age or maturity.
aged wine
synonyms:
mature, ripe
antonyms:
young
similar words:
mellow, old
definition 4: of or at the age of.
She is aged ten.
 
part of speech: noun
pronunciation: eI jihd
definition: elderly people collectively.
health concerns of the aged
antonyms:
young, youth
similar words:
old, old-timers, senior citizens
derivations: agedly (adv.), agedness (n.)