agedness agedness


  • (n) the property characteristic of old age


  1. I, on the other hand, must contemplate the possibility of middle-agedness, now that you've pointed out its possibility.
  2. Yet it gives the description a spin, as well as a subtlety, that it otherwise lacks, and it shows that the glasses are not part of the middle-agedness, but something else.
  3. Not about the missiles or Nicaragua -- about middle-agedness.


  • Enough Said: When Tony Met Elaine

    Discussing her new boyfriend with her new client, masseuse Eva (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) says he’s “kind of flabby and middle-aged.” But that’s not a bad thing, she adds, because that describes her as well and “our middle-agedness is comforting and sexy to me.” It’s one of many lovely moments in writer-director Nicole Holofcener’s Enough Said, a wry and moving look at a time in life that tends to ...
    on September 18, 2013     Source: Time Magazine


  • 2000 years or not "custom without truth is but agedness of error" as John Milton said.
    on Feb 5, 2007 By: John Milton Source: Times Online

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