age·​less | \ ˈāj-ləs How to pronounce ageless (audio) \

Definition of ageless

1 : not growing old or showing the effects of age
2 : timeless, eternal ageless truths

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Other Words from ageless

agelessly adverb
agelessness noun

Examples of ageless in a Sentence

The movie retold an ageless legend. a screen icon whose ageless beauty still entrances audiences today
Recent Examples on the Web There’s a lot of pressure, especially on women, to look ageless and polished. Heidi Stevens,, "Column: Permission to look old, the power of ‘I don’t know’ and other gifts I’m giving myself this birthday," 23 Oct. 2019 Soccer Seated behind home plate inside Fenway Park, John Barnes viewed the ageless home of the Red Sox with admiration. Hayden Bird,, "Liverpool FC preparing for July visit to Fenway Park," 24 June 2019 The seemingly ageless actress is featured on five different covers for Instyle's October beauty issue unveiled Wednesday. Erin Jensen, USA TODAY, "Jennifer Aniston feels 'incredible' at 50, but there's one thing about aging she won't embrace," 4 Sep. 2019 Vinayak appealed to a hoary Hindu past—one that was imagined and defined by a monolithic Hindu identity, linked geo-culturally to a mythical and ageless Hindu nation. Vikram Sampath, Quartz India, "The father of Hindutva believed Aryans migrated to India," 20 Aug. 2019 Painted by artist Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger around 1600, the symbol-laden work features a seemingly ageless monarch in her prime. Meilan Solly, Smithsonian, "See Scrap of Cloth Believed to Be From Elizabeth I’s Only Surviving Dress," 15 Aug. 2019 Maggie is obsessed with Twilight, spending nights fantasizing about an ageless vampire lover. Josephine Livingstone, The New Republic, "What Women Want," 22 July 2019 Chara, the ageless hockey wonder who has captained the Bruins for the past 13 years, threw his 6-foot-9-inch frame to the ice with the same kind of fervor and abandon that has characterized his 22-year NHL career. Tara Sullivan,, "Zdeno Chara showed his grit and leadership right to the painful finish," 13 June 2019 At the splendid age of 100, Sevigny remains a wry, twinkling repository of anecdote and memory, an ageless witness to a golden era of design and hospitality. Hamish Bowles, Vogue, "An Exhibition in Tangier Pays Tribute to Design World Darling Charles Sevigny," 3 Aug. 2018

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First Known Use of ageless

1651, in the meaning defined at sense 1

History and Etymology for ageless

age entry 1 + -less

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14 Nov 2019

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The first known use of ageless was in 1651

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English Language Learners Definition of ageless

: not growing old or showing the effects of age
: lasting forever


age·​less | \ ˈāj-ləs How to pronounce ageless (audio) \

Kids Definition of ageless

1 : not growing old or showing the effects of age an ageless face
2 : lasting forever : timeless an ageless story

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