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

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Meanings Frequency Definitions Examples Parts of Speech Synonyms Antonyms Hypernym
older 11 Advanced in years; (`aged’ is pronounced as two syllables) aged members of the society, elderly residents could remember the construction of the first skyscraper, senior citizen Adjective old No Data No Data
elderly 6 Advanced in years; (`aged’ is pronounced as two syllables) aged members of the society, elderly residents could remember the construction of the first skyscraper, senior citizen Adjective old No Data No Data
of age 4 Having attained a specific age; (`aged’ is pronounced as one syllable) aged ten, ten years of age Adjective old No Data No Data
aged 2 Advanced in years; (`aged’ is pronounced as two syllables) aged members of the society, elderly residents could remember the construction of the first skyscraper, senior citizen Adjective old No Data No Data
aged 1 At an advanced stage of erosion (pronounced as one syllable) aged rocks Adjective worn No Data No Data
aged 1 People who are old collectively special arrangements were available for the aged Noun No Data young age group
age 1 Grow old or older She aged gracefully, we age every day–what a depressing thought!, Young men senesce Verb No Data No Data develop
age 1 Begin to seem older; get older The death of his wife caused him to age fast Verb No Data No Data develop
mature 0 Grow old or older She aged gracefully, we age every day–what a depressing thought!, Young men senesce Verb No Data No Data develop
maturate 0 Grow old or older She aged gracefully, we age every day–what a depressing thought!, Young men senesce Verb No Data No Data develop
age 0 Make older The death of his child aged him tremendously Verb No Data rejuvenate change
get on 0 Grow old or older She aged gracefully, we age every day–what a depressing thought!, Young men senesce Verb No Data No Data develop
elderly 0 People who are old collectively special arrangements were available for the aged Noun No Data No Data age group
senior 0 Advanced in years; (`aged’ is pronounced as two syllables) aged members of the society, elderly residents could remember the construction of the first skyscraper, senior citizen Adjective old No Data 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 No Data develop
aged 0 Having attained a specific age; (`aged’ is pronounced as one syllable) aged ten, ten years of age Adjective old No Data No Data
aged 0 Of wines, fruit, cheeses; having reached a desired or final condition; (`aged’ pronounced as one syllable) mature well-aged cheeses Adjective ripe No Data No Data
ripened 0 Of wines, fruit, cheeses; having reached a desired or final condition; (`aged’ pronounced as one syllable) mature well-aged cheeses Adjective ripe No Data No Data
aged 0 (used of tobacco) aging as a preservative process (`aged’ is pronounced as one syllable) No Data Adjective preserved No Data No Data
cured 0 (used of tobacco) aging as a preservative process (`aged’ is pronounced as one syllable) No Data Adjective preserved No Data No Data
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How many meanings does the word "Aged" have?

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The word "Aged" has 20 meanings. The most frequent meaning is older.

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What are the hyponyms for the word "Aged"?

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The word "Aged" has 369 hyponyms which are: aged, young, adolesce, age, bloom, 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 "Aged" very frequent in Wordnet’s lexical database?

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The word "Aged" has a maximum frequency of 11.

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What are the synonyms for the word "Aged"?

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The word "Aged" has 4 synonyms which are: old, worn, ripe, preserved.

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