aged definition

  • adjective:
    • Being of advanced level age; old.
    • Characteristic of later years.
    • Having reached age: aged three.
    • Brought to a desired ripeness or maturity: aged mozzarella cheese.
    • Geology Approaching the beds base level of erosion.
    • Old.
    • Undergone the effects of the time, increasing thus.
    • Old; having lived very long; having lived practically to or beyond the typical time allotted to that particular types of becoming
    • Belonging to later years.
    • Having a certain age; at the age of; having resided.
    • at an enhanced phase of erosion (pronounced as you syllable)
    • of wines, fresh fruit, cheeses; having reached a desired or last condition; (`aged' pronounced as one syllable)
    • advanced level in years; (`aged' is pronounced as two syllables)
    • having accomplished a specific age; (`aged' is pronounced together syllable)
    • (used of cigarette) aging as a preservative procedure (`aged' is pronounced as you syllable)
  • noun:
    • Elderly people considered as a group. Used with the.
    • Old individuals, collectively.
    • those who are old collectively
  • verb:
    • Easy last tense and past participle of age.
  • preposition:
    • obtaining the chronilogical age of.
  • others:
    • Old; having lived or existed long; having achieved an advanced amount of life: because, an aged man; an aged pine.
    • for the age of: as, a man aged forty many years.
    • with respect to or characteristic of old age.
    • Synonyms Aged, Elderly, Old, Ancient. Old is the basic term if you are near to the natural end, or having almost reached the usual duration, of life: as, a cat is old at twelve years. Elderly is quite old, just starting to be old. Aged is very old. Ancient is indeed old concerning apparently are part of a past age. (See various other evaluations under old.)
    • In geology, nearing peneplanation: stated of geography of a greatly denuded area.
    • Of a horse, arrived at age if the ‘pit’ or ‘mark’ in the forward teeth has been obliterated by the steady using away of the crown.

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