Antonyms for ageing

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My niece (as I once called her) mortified me unintentionally; she said I was ageing.

You can easily overtake me on the road, for you are young, and I am ageing and go softly.

She too had altered: the scandal was ageing her, and Ansell came to the house daily.

Perhaps Hals was degenerating with the passing age—certainly he was ageing.

The crude logwood is generally subjected to a process of fermentation or "ageing."

She seemed to be ageing faster than was consistent with her years.

This was certainly a period of ageing activity in Burns's life.

But I know that you're wasting your time with an ageing woman like me.

He admitted the naiveté of the ageing man, his vanity, his sentimentality.

The Foreign Office especially is ageing its men fast these few years.

WORD ORIGIN

"to grow old," late 14c., from age (n.). Meaning "to make old" is early 15c. Related: Aged; aging.