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bacteroidal

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microorganism, micro-organism, bacterioid, bacterioidal, bacteroid, bacterioid, bacterioidal, bacteroid.
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Correct spelling:
age
Definition:
Period, beginning at birth and ending with death.

Synonyms:

adjective
adult
eighteen, twenty-one.
noun
age
eld, eon, geezerhood, generation, get on, lastingness, lifetime, long time, longevity, maturate, mature, old age, oldness, years.
antiquity
ancientness, archaicism, archaism, hoariness, Antiqueness, Venerableness, archaisms.
a period of time
aeon, blue moon, century, date, day, duration, epoch, era, generation, interim, interval, millennium, span.
attribute
age.
day
height, years.
duration
aeon, course, cycle, date, duration, epoch, era, interim, interval, measure, season, span, spell, time.
feebleness
decrepitude, Caducity.
indefinite duration
eternity, forever, lapse.
old age
antiquity, decrepitude, geriatrics, maturity, old age, oldness, second childhood, senescence, senility, seniority, sense, youth, Senectitude, golden years, elderliness, advancing years, autumn of life, declining years, evening of life, latter part of animate life, retirement age, winter of life.
oldness
agedness, ancientness, antique, veneration, Antiquation.
period of animate existence
adolescence, adulthood, boyhood, childhood, dotage, girlhood, infancy, life, lifetime, majority, maturity, milestone, old age, senility, seniority, wear and tear, youth, middle age, elderliness.
point of time
century, day, decade, hour, microsecond, millennium, millisecond, minute, month, second, semester, term, week, year.
verb
age
decline, deteriorate, develop, endure, last, mature, mellow, ripen, grow old.
become older
decline, deteriorate, develop, get along, grow, grow up, mature, mellow, push, ripen, wane, grow old, put mileage on.
change
age.
Examples of usage:
  1. You mean that you never would make her go through what you went through when you were her age." – Mary Marie by Eleanor H. Porter
  2. A great lady asked him how it was that she had not seen him for an age. – Rousseau Volumes I. and II. by John Morley
  3. But at her age mother was broken down and old. – Mrs. Dud's Sister by Josephine Daskam
  4. I haven't seen him for a coon's age. – The Voodoo Gold Trail by Walter Walden
  5. At that moment, Burl knew that he had come of age. – The Secret of the Ninth Planet by Donald Allen Wollheim

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