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[eyj-lis] /ˈeɪdʒ lɪs/
not aging or appearing to age.
lasting forever; eternal; undying:
the ageless beauty of Greek sculpture.
Origin of ageless
1645-55; age + -less
Related forms
agelessly, adverb
agelessness, noun Unabridged
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Examples from the web for ageless
  • Now, with effect from the start of this year, they become ageless.
  • So certainly, people communicating from the social base is ageless.
  • Meanwhile the land has already shifted back from archaeological time to the ageless rhythms of the countryside.
  • Relativity tells us that a timeless, ageless photon remains in one place in the fourth dimension.
  • The seemingly ageless corner could have more left in the tank, too.
  • It is an ageless diva on a non-stop farewell tour, coming around for one absolutely final appearance.
  • Timelessness in theory can be represented by being ageless and so living infinitely.
  • The literary quality gives this book ageless appeal and the delightful illustrations are of excellent quality.
  • Well, today, this wisdom that is ageless is as important as ever.
  • In pursuit of the ageless dream of controlled flight, they persevered through great challenges.
British Dictionary definitions for ageless


apparently never growing old
timeless; eternal: an ageless quality
Derived Forms
agelessness, noun
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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Word Origin and History for ageless

1650s, from age + -less. Related: Agelessly; agelessness.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
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