- Simple past tense and past participle of age.
- Having the age of.
Adverbs for Aged
prematurely; terribly; tragically; pathetically; patriarchally; dingily; ridiculously; mournfully; uncommonly; desolately; contentedly; rosily; datelessly; lamentably; comfortably; crabbedly; hoarily; feebly, incredibly; wondrously; mellowly; honorably.
Synonyms for Aged
Antonyms for Age
abiding; advanced; advanced in life; advanced in years; age-long; age-old; along in years; ancient; antediluvian; antique; chronic; constant; continuing; developed; diuturnal; doddering; durable; elderly; enduring; evergreen; full-blown; full-fledged; full-grown; fully developed; getting on; gray; gray with age; gray-haired; gray-headed; grey; grown old; hardy; hoar; hoary; immutable; in full bloom; intransient; inveterate; lasting; long-lasting; long-lived; long-standing; long-term; longeval; longevous; macrobiotic; mature; matured; mellow; mellowed; of long duration; of long standing; old; old as Methuselah; olden; patriarchal; pensioned off; perdurable; perduring; perennial; permanent; perpetual; persistent; persisting; remaining; retired; ripe; ripened; seasoned; sempervirent; senectuous; senescent; senile; senior; stable; staying; steadfast; superannuated; tempered; timeworn; tottery; tough; unfading; venerable; vital; white; white with age; white-bearded; white-crowned; white-haired; wrinkled; wrinkly; years old
- (adjective) IPA: /ˈeɪdʒɪd/, SAMPA: /"eIdZId/, enPR: āʹjĭd
- (preposition, verb) IPA: /eɪdʒd/, SAMPA: /eIdZd/, enPR: ājd
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