growing old; aging.
Cell Biology. (of a cell) no longer capable of dividing but still alive and metabolically active.
characteristic of old age
senescent se·nes·cent (sĭ-něs’ənt)
Growing old; aging.
noun 1. an officer having full charge of domestic arrangements, ceremonies, the administration of justice, etc., in the household of a medieval prince or dignitary; steward. noun 1. a steward of the household of a medieval prince or nobleman who took charge of domestic arrangements, etc 2. (Brit) a cathedral official
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noun 1. Léopold Sédar [French ley-aw-pawld sey-dahr] /French leɪ ɔˈpɔld seɪˈdɑr/ (Show IPA), 1906–2001, African poet, teacher, and statesman: president of the Republic of Senegal 1960–80. noun 1. Léopold Sédar (leɔpɔl sedar). 1906–2001, Senegalese statesman and writer; president of Senegal (1960–80)
noun, plural sengi. 1. a monetary unit of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, equal to 1/10,000 (.0001) of a zaire.