not or appearing to .
lasting forever; eternal; undying:
the ageless beauty of Greek sculpture.
Cosmetic surgery invites us to enter a dystopian universe in which everybody looks the same: poreless, ageless, blond and bland.
Nicole Kidman Botox Insanity: Why All Women Lose Out When We Obsess Over Stars’ Faces Emma Woolf May 24, 2014
As seen in this footage from the Australia’s Got Talent 2009 finale, Vincent’s talent is ageless.
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For the past year it has been impossible to escape the unshakeable beats and ageless looks of Pharrell Williams.
How Pharrell Williams Finally Made It to the Top Justin Jones August 5, 2014
On one side of town was Prince, the ageless, purple-suited funk-pop legend, playing a Samsung bash.
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The crime of antisemitism is an ageless one, an international one, and a heinous one.
Violence Erupts When You Tolerate Antisemitism Dr. Charles Asher Small April 13, 2014
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
apparently never growing old
timeless; eternal: an ageless quality
1650s, from age + -less. Related: Agelessly; agelessness.
a department in SW France. 2079 sq. mi. (5385 sq. km). Capital: Agen. Historical Examples The family of Toussaint were first sent to Bayonne, and afterwards to agen, where one of the sons died of a decline. The Hour and the Man Harriet Martineau But then, agen, they’d ‘ave to consider as it wor diamonds […]
a U.S. upper stage, with a restartable liquid-propellant engine, used with various booster stages to launch satellites into orbit around the earth and send probes to the moon and planets: also used as a docking target in the Gemini program.
an organization, company, or bureau that provides some service for another: a welfare agency. a company having a franchise to represent another. a governmental bureau, or an office that represents it. the place of business of an . . an administrative division of a government. the duty or function of an . the relationship between […]
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