the most flourishing period in the history of a nation, literature, etc.
Classical Mythology. the first and best of the four ages of humankind; an era of peace and innocence that finally yielded to the silver age.
(usually initial capital letters) a period in Latin literature, 70 b.c. to a.d. 14, in which Cicero, Catullus, Horace, Vergil, Ovid, and others wrote; the first phase of classical Latin.
Compare (def 2).
the period in life after middle age, traditionally characterized by wisdom, contentment, and useful leisure.
the age at which a person normally retires.
(classical myth) the first and best age of mankind, when existence was happy, prosperous, and innocent
the most flourishing and outstanding period, esp in the history of an art or nation: the golden age of poetry
the great classical period of Latin literature, occupying approximately the 1st century bc and represented by such writers as Cicero and Virgil
A period of prosperity or excellent achievement, as in Some consider the baroque period the golden age of choral music. The expression dates from the mid-1500s, when it was first applied to a period of classical Latin poetry.
[ey-jer] /ˈeɪ dʒər/ noun 1. an elderly person, especially one who has retired. noun An elderly person: golden-agers playing bingo
noun 1. a plant, Zizia aurea, of the parsley family, native to eastern North America, having compound leaves and umbels of yellow flowers.
noun 1. any North American, asterlike, composite plant of the genus Chrysopsis, having bright, golden-yellow flower heads, as C. mariana, of the eastern U.S. noun 1. any North American plant of the genus Chrysopsis, esp C. mariana of the eastern US, having yellow rayed flowers: family Asteraceae (composites)
noun 1. a horticultural variety of sweet corn having yellow kernels.