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Correct spelling:
Aged; that has existed long; ancient; out of date.
aged (adjective)
ancient, superannuated, aged, mature, geriatric, matured, venerable, vintage, durable, elderly, ripe, octogenarian.
old (adjective)
ancient, primitive, aged, archaic, antique, elderly, primordial, venerable, antediluvian, antiquated, primeval, paleolithic.
past (adjective)
primordial, former, old-time, yesterday's, ancient, yore, previous, bygone, primeval, past, historical, anteceding, ago.
Other synonyms:
worthless, ponderous, at, genuine, pedestrian, mended, oldish, pointless, grown, retired, hand-me-down, gray, new, quondam, gaga, middle-aged, senior, continue, grey-headed, inactive, echt, pristine, decayed, shattered, familiar, magnificent, sr., traditional, agglutinative, honest-to-god, ineffective, immemorial, olden, the aged, unyoung, centenarian, sunset, leaden, early, unclassified, age-old, extinct, hoar, fresh, wearisome, age bracket, prehistoric, beloved, ragged, modern, timeless, old folk, drudging, overage, white-haired, senile, older, under, seasoned, tedious, timeworn, ho-hum, broken-down, the old, inefficient, venerable, ageing, yellow, uninteresting, dowdy, elderly, heavy, time-worn, arid, oldster, ancestor, persistent, longtime, late, adult, recent, gray-headed, sexagenarian, dated, my man, creole, immemorial, drab, abiding, tiring, idiomatic, monochromatic, experienced, stale, perdurable, time-honored, remote, great, hoary, over-the-hill, forgotten, preceding, long-standing, decaying, long-lasting, dreary, deficient, humdrum, auld, anile, excellent, doddering, secondhand, overt, distant, veteran, thin, precede, versed, mate, hand-down, dusty, overaged, baby, classical, tiresome, flat, cold, practiced, dateless, enduring, contemporary, grey, numbing, figuratively, faulty, rusty, honey, once, sugar, honest-to-goodness, doddery, time-honored, pardner, permanent, wearying, whilom, long-lived, nonagenarian, disyllabic, advanced, babe, pathetic, slow, patched, in the public domain, onetime, emeritus, old-fashioned, decrepit, experienced, yellowed, long-ago, figurative, patriarchal, superb, sure-enough, aged, public, colorless, outmoded, new, olden, impaired, ability, erstwhile, used, dull, senescent, continuing, tattered, cognate, remote, other, rare, senile, known, monotonous, futile, grey-haired, age gap, gray, out of date, Methuselah, lasting, moth-eaten, medieval, infirm, dead, stuffy, pensioner, jading, bro, unoriginal, of age, torn, mind-numbing, stodgy, antique, elder, peer, dilapidated, perennial, pass, fusty, antiquity, worn, exhausted, antiquated, weather-beaten, stupid, good, age, worn-out, useless, shabby, out, fresh, aging, (out) in the open, sometime, anemic, purposeless, young, dry, outmoded, ancient, defective, old-fashioned, gray-haired, open, dear, sister, weary, grizzled, outdated, obsolescent, the elderly, darkened, unwritten, one-time, disused, tired, tame, faded, obsolete, transparent, ancestral, bud, hoary, jejune.
Examples of usage:
  1. His father would one day be old? - "Fortitude", Hugh Walpole.
  2. I must have some of the old. - "We Girls: A Home Story", Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney.
  3. Old for ye. Barney's watchin' - "The Children's Book of Christmas Stories", Various.

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