Scrabble Word OLDNESS

Definition of OLDNESS:

  • (as collective noun; preceded by the)
  • (as noun in combination)
  • (in combination)
  • (intensifier) (esp in phrases such as a good old time, any old thing, any old how, etc)
  • (of a river, valley, or land surface) in the final stage of the cycle of erosion, characterized by flat extensive flood plains and minimum relief
  • (of crops) harvested late
  • an earlier or past time (esp in the phrase of old)
  • cherished; dear: used as a term of affection or familiarity
  • decrepit or senile
  • designating the form of a language in which the earliest known records are written
  • earlier or earliest of two or more things with the same name
  • established for a relatively long time
  • familiar through long acquaintance or repetition
  • former; previous
  • having lived or existed for a relatively long time
  • having lived or existed for a specified period
  • of or relating to advanced years or a long life
  • out-of-date; unfashionable
  • practised; hardened
  • remote or distant in origin or time of origin
  • sensible, wise, or mature
  • skilled through long experience (esp in the phrase an old hand)
  • the state of being old (living for a long time) [n -ES]
  • used as a familiar form of address to a person
  • worn with age or use

Previous Words
oldening oldens older oldest oldfangled oldhamite oldie oldies oldish oldly

Next Words
oldnesses olds oldspeak oldsquaw oldsquaws oldster oldsters oldstyle oldstyles oldwife
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