Age: definitions, synonyms, antonyms, examples and more!

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Meanings Frequency Definitions Examples Parts of Speech Antonyms Hypernym Attributes
age 75 How long something has existed it was replaced because of its age Noun No Data property immature, mature, new, old, old, young
age 23 An era of history having some distinctive feature we live in a litigious age Noun No Data era No Data
years 19 A late time of life old age is not for sissies, “he’s showing his years”, “age hasn’t slowed him down at all”, a beard white with eld, on the brink of geezerhood Noun No Data time of life No Data
long time 15 A prolonged period of time “we’ve known each other for ages”, “I haven’t been there for years and years” Noun No Data time period No Data
age 6 A time of life (usually defined in years) at which some particular qualification or power arises she was now of school age, tall for his eld Noun No Data time of life No Data
years 6 A prolonged period of time “we’ve known each other for ages”, “I haven’t been there for years and years” Noun No Data time period No Data
age 1 Begin to seem older; get older The death of his wife caused him to age fast Verb No Data develop No Data
old age 1 A late time of life old age is not for sissies, “he’s showing his years”, “age hasn’t slowed him down at all”, a beard white with eld, on the brink of geezerhood Noun No Data time of life No Data
age 1 Grow old or older She aged gracefully, we age every day–what a depressing thought!, Young men senesce Verb No Data develop No Data
maturate 0 Grow old or older She aged gracefully, we age every day–what a depressing thought!, Young men senesce Verb No Data develop No Data
mature 0 Grow old or older She aged gracefully, we age every day–what a depressing thought!, Young men senesce Verb No Data develop No Data
get on 0 Grow old or older She aged gracefully, we age every day–what a depressing thought!, Young men senesce Verb No Data develop No Data
senesce 0 Grow old or older She aged gracefully, we age every day–what a depressing thought!, Young men senesce Verb No Data develop No Data
age 0 A late time of life old age is not for sissies, “he’s showing his years”, “age hasn’t slowed him down at all”, a beard white with eld, on the brink of geezerhood Noun No Data time of life No Data
geezerhood 0 A late time of life old age is not for sissies, “he’s showing his years”, “age hasn’t slowed him down at all”, a beard white with eld, on the brink of geezerhood Noun No Data time of life No Data
eld 0 A late time of life old age is not for sissies, “he’s showing his years”, “age hasn’t slowed him down at all”, a beard white with eld, on the brink of geezerhood Noun No Data time of life No Data
historic period 0 An era of history having some distinctive feature we live in a litigious age Noun No Data era No Data
age 0 A prolonged period of time “we’ve known each other for ages”, “I haven’t been there for years and years” Noun No Data time period No Data
eld 0 A time of life (usually defined in years) at which some particular qualification or power arises she was now of school age, tall for his eld Noun No Data time of life No Data
age 0 Make older The death of his child aged him tremendously Verb rejuvenate change No Data
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How many meanings does the word "Age" have?

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The word "Age" has 20 meanings. The most frequent meaning is age.

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What are the hyponyms for the word "Age"?

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The word "Age" has 548 hyponyms which are: actinism, age, analyticity, anisotropy, bodily property, characteristic, chemical property, compositeness, concentration, connectivity, consistency, constitution, degree, disposition, duality, edibility, extension, fullness, heredity, hydrophobicity, isotropy, magnitude, manner, olfactory property, optics, physical property, primality, saltiness, selectivity, size, solvability, sound property, spatial property, strength, sustainability, tactile property, taste property, temporal property, unsolvability, vascularity, viability, visual property, weakness, day, historic period, modern era, adolescence, adulthood, bachelorhood, bloom, childhood, deathbed, eighties, fifties, forties, golden years, infancy, middle age, neonatal period, nineties, old age, prepuberty, puberty, schooldays, seventies, sixties, summer, teens, thirties, twenties, widowhood, youth, air alert, bimester, bimillennium, bout, bronze age, calendar day, calendar month, century, clotting time, dawn, decade, dog days, downtime, drought, duration, elapsed time, enlistment, era, eve, evening, festival, field day, flower, fortnight, generation, golden age, great year, half-century, half life, honeymoon, hospitalization, hour, hours, incubation period, indian summer, indiction, iron age, lactation, lease, life, long run, long time, lustrum, mid-april, mid-august, mid-december, mid-february, mid-january, mid-july, mid-june, mid-march, mid-may, mid-november, mid-october, mid-september, midweek, midwinter, millennium, morning, multistage, night, novitiate, occupation, olympiad, overtime, past, peacetime, phase, phase of the moon, prehistory, prohibition, puerperium, quadrennium, quarter-century, quarter, question time, quinquennium, rainy day, real time, regulation time, reign, run, running time, school, season, semester, shelf life, silly season, silver age, sleep, study hall, term, tide, time, time frame, time limit, time of life, time off, times, travel time, trial period, trimester, uptime, usance, wartime, watch, week, weekend, window, work time, year, adolesce, blossom, bud, build up, dedifferentiate, differentiate, evolve, grow, incubate, mature, progress, senesce, spike, accelerate, acerbate, acetylate, achromatize, activate, adjust, affect, alchemize, alcoholize, alkalinize, allegorize, alter, americanize, angulate, animize, antiquate, antique, archaize, arterialize, ash, assimilate, automatize, awaken, barb, barbarize, bestialize, better, blind, blister, blunt, blur, boil, break, break down, brighten, bring, brutalize, bubble, calcify, camp, capture, cause to sleep, centralize, change intensity, change taste, charge, chasten, check, circularize, civilize, clarify, classicize, clean, clear, clot, cloud, coarsen, cohere, color, commercialize, communize, commute, complicate, condense, confuse, constitutionalize, contaminate, conventionalize, convert, cook, cool, corrupt, counterchange, crack, cry, customize, damage, darken, de-emphasize, deaden, deaminate, decarboxylate, decelerate, decentralize, decimalize, decorate, decrease, decrepitate, deflate, deform, dehydrogenate, demagnetize, demist, democratize, demonize, demulsify, demythologize, denationalize, denaturalize, denature, deodorize, depersonalize, depolarize, desensitize, destabilize, detransitivize, devalue, develop, devilize, digitize, dinge, dirty, disable, discolor, disharmonize, disintegrate, disorder, disqualify, dissimilate, dissolve, diversify, dizzy, domesticate, dope, draw, dry, dull, dynamize, ease up, edit, embrittle, empty, emulsify, enable, end, equal, eroticize, estrange, etherealize, etiolate, europeanize, evaporate, even, excite, extend, exteriorize, fatten, feminize, fertilize, fill, fix, flatten, flocculate, freeze, frenchify, full, gelatinize, glamorize, glorify, habituate, harmonize, harshen, heat, hue, humanize, humble, hydrogenate, immaterialize, immortalize, inactivate, incandesce, increase, indispose, industrialize, inflate, inform, inseminate, insulate, intensify, internationalize, introvert, invalidate, invert, iodinate, ionate, islamize, isomerize, laicize, legitimate, lend, liberalize, lifehack, lift, liquefy, loosen, louden, lower, lubricate, magnetize, make, mark, masculinize, mechanize, militarize, mince, mix, morph, muddy, mythologize, nationalize, naturalize, nazify, neutralize, nick, normalize, obfuscate, obscure, occidentalize, officialize, opacify, opalize, opsonize, orientalize, ossify, outmode, oxidize, oxygenize, paganize, pall, parallel, patent, personalize, piggyback, plasticize, poison, polarize, politicize, port, professionalize, proof, prostrate, purify, put, radicalize, rarefy, rationalize, recombine, recommend, reconstruct, refine, reflate, reform, refresh, relax, remodel, restore, revolutionize, right, ripen, romanticize, round off, rusticate, sanitize, saponify, saturate, sauce, schematize, scramble, sensitize, sentimentalize, set, sexualize, shade, shake, shallow, shape, sharpen, shift, shorten, simplify, slenderize, smut, sober, socialize, soften, solemnize, solvate, spice, sputter, stabilize, stain, steepen, stiffen, still, straighten, strengthen, string, substitute, suburbanize, supercharge, supple, suspend, sweeten, switch, symmetrize, synchronize, tame, tender, tense, territorialize, thicken, think, tighten, tone down, touch, transaminate, transfigure, transform, transitivize, translate, transmute, transpose, turn, turn back, uglify, unclutter, uniformize, unite, unsanctify, unscramble, unsex, untie, untune, urbanize, validate, variegate, vascularize, ventilate, verbify, vesiculate, visualize, vitalize, vitrify, vivify, volatilize, vulgarise, warm, weaken, weaponize, wet, widen, worsen.

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Is the word "Age" very frequent in Wordnet’s lexical database?

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The word "Age" has a maximum frequency of 75.

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What are the synonyms for the word "Age"?

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The word "Age" has no synonyms.

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