Antonyms for oldness

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Old, yes—but oldness is an essential part of the loveliness of houses.

I was quite startled at the oldness and haggardness of his appearance.

It is not only in the Harvard precincts that the oldness of New England is to be remarked.

The sense of the oldness of the Cathedral vanished away under the influence of this truly venerable presence.

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.

"As if oldness is any reason why a great fellow like that should have a better chance than the rest," we would think.

Absolutely nothing on your person gives offense, either in newness or oldness.

Yet even with her oldness and tiredness and metal curlers she had the look of race which attracted Murray.

Who has not been seized at times with the consciousness of a mighty 'oldness' of soul?

How it paid him might be inferred from the oldness of his clothes and the ricketiness of his office.

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