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See definition of oldness on Dictionary.com
  • as inold age
  • as inyears
  • as inagedness
  • as inelderliness

synonyms for oldness

  • infirmity
  • advancing years
  • age
  • agedness
  • autumn of life
  • caducity
  • debility
  • declining years
  • decrepitude
  • dotage
  • elderliness
  • evening of life
  • feebleness
  • geriatrics
  • golden age
  • golden years
  • latter part of animate life
  • longevity
  • retirement age
  • second childhood
  • senectitude
  • senescence
  • senility
  • seniority
  • winter of life
  • years
  • senescence
  • senility
  • generation
  • dotage
  • agedness
  • lifetime
  • caducity
  • elderliness
  • lifespan
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antonyms for oldness

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  • adolescence
  • childhood
  • infancy
  • youth
  • youth
  • childhood
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      How to use oldness in a sentence

      In this connection, many of the ex-slaves seem to be sensitive concerning oldness.
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      Yet even with her oldness and tiredness and metal curlers she had the look of race which attracted Murray.
      THE GAY COCKADETEMPLE BAILEY
      For the fire of the Holy Ghost is taken so in thee that my flesh which was all dead of oldness is become young again.
      LE MORTE D'ARTHUR, VOLUME II (OF II)THOMAS MALORY
      It is not only in the Harvard precincts that the oldness of New England is to be remarked.
      GREATER BRITAINCHARLES WENTWORTH DILKE
      Absolutely nothing on your person gives offense, either in newness or oldness.
      THE GOLDEN CENSERJOHN MCGOVERN
      Volney's ruins of modern date—new oldness—fresh decay—dilapidation to begin with!
      A DREAM OF EMPIREWILLIAM HENRY VENABLE
      It brought out the lovingness of his eyes, and took away the hard oldness of his finely cut features.
      THE CITY OF FIREGRACE LIVINGSTON HILL
      How it paid him might be inferred from the oldness of his clothes and the ricketiness of his office.
      THE MYSTERY OF MURRAY DAVENPORTROBERT NEILSON STEPHENS
      Anita's face had grown suddenly old,—the oldness that precedes the youth of great relief.
      THE CROSS-CUTCOURTNEY RYLEY COOPER
      Who has not been seized at times with the consciousness of a mighty 'oldness' of soul?
      REINCARNATION AND THE LAW OF KARMAWILLIAM WALKER ATKINSON
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      WORDS RELATED TO OLDNESS

      • elderliness
      • golden years
      • old age
      • oldness
      • senectitude
      • senescence
      • seniority
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