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aged

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishagedaged1 /eɪdʒd/ ●●○ W3 adjective   aged 5/25 etc
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agedChildren aged 10-plus will have their own Sunday lunchtime programme.He established that the body which was badly decomposed was that of a male aged between 16 and 25.
ageda‧ged2 /ˈeɪdʒɪd/ adjective  1 OLD/NOT NEWvery old my aged parentssee thesaurus at old2 the aged
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agedChildren aged 10-plus will have their own Sunday lunchtime programme.Half blind and so rapidly aged.He established that the body which was badly decomposed was that of a male aged between 16 and 25.Among Anselm's contemporary bishops, Samson, the aged bishop of Worcester, represented the former.The aged naturalist was thus kept in touch with London affairs when compelled to stay in Essex on account of ill health and slender means.
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