Synonyms for age-old
|Grammar : Adj|
|Spell : eyj-ohld|
|Phonetic Transcription : ˈeɪdʒˌoʊld|
Top 10 synonyms for age-old Other synonyms for the word age-old
Définition of age-oldOrigin :
- 1896, from age (n.) + old.
- adj very old
- It was plainly red—the light came from inside the age-old throat.
- Extract from : « Two Thousand Miles Below » by Charles Willard Diffin
- Age-old mysteries surrounding our book have not yet been cleared up.
- Extract from : « Cooking and Dining in Imperial Rome » by Apicius
- The age-old genetic wisdom was still available to guide him.
- Extract from : « The Great Gray Plague » by Raymond F. Jones
- They set their ambush with the age-old skill the Redax had grafted into their memories.
- Extract from : « The Defiant Agents » by Andre Alice Norton
- It was the visualizing to him of that age-old conflict in which only the fittest survive.
- Extract from : « Justin Wingate, Ranchman » by John H. Whitson
- The imperfection of their gifts in this direction is no doubt due to age-old causes.
- Extract from : « Eskimo Life » by Fridtjof Nansen
- The bridegroom, foretold by the age-old priest, had come at last.
- Extract from : « Romances of Old Japan » by Yei Theodora Ozaki
- It hinted of the age-old dissolution, century after century, which had been going on.
- Extract from : « Jungle Peace » by William Beebe
- Do you think that all of a sudden you can break this age-old habit?
- Extract from : « Comrade Yetta » by Albert Edwards
- Bruce felt the age-old menace of the wilderness as never before.
- Extract from : « The Strength of the Pines » by Edison Marshall
Antonyms for age-old
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