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not adversely affected by a person’s age: an age-proof career
(transitive) to make (something) age-proof


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  • Aged

    having lived or existed long; of advanced ; old: an aged man; an aged tree. pertaining to or characteristic of : aged wrinkles. of the of: a man aged 40 years. brought to maturity or mellowness, as wine, cheese, or wood: aged whiskey. Physical Geography. old; approaching the state of peneplain. (used with a plural […]

  • Agee

    to one side; awry. James, 1909–55, U.S. author, scenarist, and film critic. Contemporary Examples But the most fascinating sections are the germinal passages upon which agee would build and elaborate in the final version. Revisiting James Agee: Discovering the Original ‘Let Us Now Praise Famous Men’ Malcolm Jones June 6, 2013 A small, courtly man, […]

  • James agee

    James, 1909–55, U.S. author, scenarist, and film critic. Contemporary Examples A Death in the Family by james agee When Agee died from a heart attack in 1955, the novel was not quite finished. 15 Posthumous Books, From Kafka to Stieg Larsson August 25, 2013 adjective awry, crooked, or ajar adverb awry; at an angle noun […]

  • Agee, james

    agee, james Agee, James [(ay-jee)] A twentieth-century American writer and critic, best known for his classic Let Us Now Praise Famous Men, with photos by Walker Evans, an account of sharecroppers (see sharecropping) in Alabama during the 1930s. He was posthumously awarded a 1958 Pulitzer Prize for A Death in the Family, his only novel.

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