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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishagelessage‧less /ˈeɪdʒləs/ adjective  1 OLD/NOT NEWnever looking old or old-fashioned Her face seemed ageless.2 ALWAYS/FOREVERhaving existed for a very long time and continuing forever syn timeless the ageless charm of a country kitchenagelessness noun [uncountable]
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agelessPerhaps we become aware of our age only at exceptional moments, and most of the time we are ageless.She looks utterly fabulous and bizarrely ageless, a perfect cross between a living Sindy doll and the girl next door.her ageless blue eyesthe ageless fascination of the oceanHer face seemed ageless in the dim light, and she was stifling shivers.Yet the ageless question continued to plague us.The jagged outline of ageless stone suggested the lost, the ancient.He was eighteen, but he seemed ageless, timeless.She was an ageless woman, this widow of a sea-captain.
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