eld definition

  • noun:
    • One's age, age in many years, period of life.
    • old-age, senility; an old individual.
    • Time; an age, an indefinitely any period of time of the time.
    • previous centuries, antiquity, olden times.
    • Age; esp., later years.
    • Old times; previous times; antiquity.
    • Age: stated of any period of life.
    • Old age; senility; additionally, a classic person.
    • An age; an indefinitely any period of time of time.
    • Time.
    • previous centuries; old times; antiquity.
    • an occasion of life (usually defined in many years) of which some particular qualification or energy occurs
    • a late period of life
    • One's age, age in years, period of life.
    • Old age, senility; a classic person.
    • Time; an age, an indefinitely any period of time of the time.
    • previous ages, antiquity, olden times.
    • Age; esp., old-age.
    • Old times; previous days; antiquity.
    • Age: stated of any period of life.
    • senior years; senility; in addition, a classic person.
    • An age; an indefinitely long-period of the time.
    • Time.
    • Former centuries; old times; antiquity.
    • a period of life (usually defined in years) at which some specific qualification or power occurs
    • a late period of life
    • an individual's age, age in years, amount of life.
    • senior years, senility; a classic individual.
    • Time; an age, an indefinitely long period of the time.
    • previous many years, antiquity, olden times.
    • Age; esp., old-age.
    • Old times; previous days; antiquity.
    • Age: said of every period of life.
    • later years; senility; in addition, a classic individual.
    • An age; an indefinitely any period of time of the time.
    • Time.
    • previous centuries; old times; antiquity.
    • a time of life (usually defined in years) where some specific qualification or power occurs
    • a late time of life
  • adjective:
    • Old.
    • Old.
    • Old.
    • Old.
    • Old.
    • Old.
  • verb:
    • To age, be or feel my age.
    • To wait; linger.
    • to create old, age.
    • To age, come to be or feel my age.
    • To hesitate; linger.
    • to produce old, age.
    • To age, be or grow old.
    • To wait; linger.
    • to help make old, age.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To age; to grow old.
    • To age; to develop old.
    • To age; to grow old.
  • verb-transitive:
    • to produce old or old.
    • to produce old or old.
    • To make old or old.
  • others:
    • An obsolete variant of old.
    • to be old; grow old.
    • To wait; linger.
    • In order to make old.
    • An obsolete variation of old.
    • to be old; grow old.
    • To hesitate; linger.
    • In order to make old.
    • An obsolete variation of old.
    • To become old; feel my age.
    • To hesitate; linger.
    • to help make old.

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