agers

ager

[ey-jer]
noun
1.
(often initial capital letter) a person living in a certain historical age: a Gilded Ager; Stone Agers.
2.
(often initial capital letter) a person who embraces a certain cultural movement: New Agers.
3.
a person in a certain period or stage of human life. See golden ager.
4.
a thing that ages something: Sunlight is a skin ager.
5.
a worker who inspects electric lamps.
6.
an apparatus filled with steam through which dyed cloth is passed in order to fix the dye.
7.
a worker who stabilizes the electrical properties of a device by passing a current through it.
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