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Here began indeed, in the drab surroundings of the workshop, in the silent mystery of the laboratory, the magic of the new age.
THE UNSOLVED RIDDLE OF SOCIAL JUSTICESTEPHEN LEACOCK
The Rev. Alonzo Barnard, seventy-one years of age, accompanied by his daughter, was present.
AMONG THE SIOUXR. J. CRESWELL
In a warlike age this peacefulness of a monarch was the great and supernatural phenomenon.
SOLOMON AND SOLOMONIC LITERATUREMONCURE DANIEL CONWAY
He began his military career at the age of 11, and continued in the service nearly 60 years.
THE EVERY DAY BOOK OF HISTORY AND CHRONOLOGYJOEL MUNSELL
His hair was darker—almost brown save at the temples, where age had faded it to an ashen colour.
ST. MARTIN'S SUMMERRAFAEL SABATINI
She began the study of drawing at the age of thirty, and her first attempt in oils was made seven years later.
WOMEN IN THE FINE ARTS, FROM THE SEVENTH CENTURY B.C. TO THE TWENTIETH CENTURY A.D.CLARA ERSKINE CLEMENT
But she told Grandfather Mole that it was all right—that she knew a person of his age ought not to go without his breakfast.
THE TALE OF GRANDFATHER MOLEARTHUR SCOTT BAILEY
But men, through neglecting the rules of health, pass quickly to old age, and die before reaching that term.
THE MEDIAEVAL MIND (VOLUME II OF II)HENRY OSBORN TAYLOR
Sir Cadge was about the same age as the famous beauty, and rose quite two inches above her lofty head.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
Who is in a decrepit age, and that is in care about all things, and to the distrustful that loseth patience!
THE BIBLE, DOUAY-RHEIMS VERSIONVARIOUS
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JULY 25, 2021
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WORDS RELATED TO OF AGE

  • adult
  • full-blown
  • grown
  • grown-up
  • in one's prime
  • marriageable
  • mature
  • nubile
  • of age
  • perfected
  • prime
  • ripened
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