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ageless

[eyj-lis] /ˈeɪdʒ lɪs/
adjective
1.
not aging or appearing to age.
2.
lasting forever; eternal; undying:
the ageless beauty of Greek sculpture.
Origin of ageless
1645-1655
1645-55; age + -less
Related forms
agelessly, adverb
agelessness, noun
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  • Love and deceit, troubles and rewards are as ageless as the heavens.

    Roads from Rome Anne C. E. Allinson
  • Grizzled, ageless, watery-eyed, their clothing clean but baggy.

    The Risk Profession Donald Edwin Westlake
  • The very age of the walls was a protest against the assumption that there is a touchstone that is ageless.

    Romance Island Zona Gale
  • He was still as the ageless rocks, as much a part of eternity.

    Tharon of Lost Valley Vingie E. Roe
  • A hard and glittering sanity, a kind of ageless enamel, is what confronts us in their temperament.

    Alone Norman Douglas
British Dictionary definitions for ageless

ageless

/ˈeɪdʒlɪs/
adjective
1.
apparently never growing old
2.
timeless; eternal: an ageless quality
Derived Forms
agelessness, noun
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Word Origin and History for ageless
adj.

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

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