age[ eyj ]SEE DEFINITION OF age
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AGE
Not of age—merely of time; for here was no senility, no quavering or fretful lines.
The only member of that household I could marry is not suited to my age.
“Seventeen, an it please your grace,” said Stephen, in the gruff voice of his age.
He was exiled at the age of 30 to Tomi, a town south of the delta of the Danube.
He is the representative of Posterity,—the man of an age to come.
And the generation born after the Second World War has come of age.
However, it is most certain that this age, as yet, has not arrived.
December 29, 1879, Mr. Gladstone attained the seventieth year of his age.
December 29, 1893, Mr. Gladstone attained the eighty-fourth year of his age.
He looked strong and well for a man of his age and labors, and was easily heard.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR AGE
- cover up
- doctor up
- dress up
- gloss over
- make like
- make up
- put on a false front
- put on a front
- put on an act
- put up a front
- touch up
- wear cheaters