Some articles on aged:
... of Anjou 2 June 2 ... sons 11 September 1161 Jerusalem aged 61 Sibylla 1186-1190 c. 2 daughters 25 July (probable), 1190 Acre, Kingdom of Jerusalem aged about 40 Isabella I 1190/1192-1205 1172 Nablus, Kingdom of Jerusalem daughter of King Amalric I and Maria Komnene Humphrey IV of Toron November ...
... Club 1 1GK Adnan Al Hafez (1986-04-23)23 April 1986 (aged 19) Al-Karamah 2 3MF Mohammad Al Damen (1986-01-25)25 January 1986 (aged 19) Al-Ittihad Aleppo 3 3MF Safir Alatasi (198 ...
... They were Darren Hoy (aged 27 and from Fitton Hill district of the town), his sister Sharon Hoy (aged 38 and from the Raper Street neighbourhood), their cousin Matthew Berry (aged 25 ...
... The less aged calvados distinguishes itself with its fresh apple and pear aromas ... The longer the calvados is aged, the more the taste resembles that of any other aged brandy ... The nose and palate are delicate with concentration of aged apples and dried apricots balanced with butterscotch, nut and chocolate aromas ...
... Player DoB/Age Caps Club 1 1GK Wilfredo Caballero (1988-05-14)14 May 1988 (aged 17) Universitario 2 2DF Christian Ramos (c) (1988-11-04)4 November 1988 (aged 16) Sporting Cristal 3 ...
More definitions of "aged":
- (adj): Having attained a specific age; ('aged' is pronounced as one syllable).
Example: "Aged ten"
Synonyms: of age
- (adj): At an advanced stage of erosion (pronounced as one syllable).
Example: "Aged rocks"
- (adj): (used of tobacco) aging as a preservative process ('aged' is pronounced as one syllable).
- (adj): Advanced in years; ('aged' is pronounced as two syllables).
Example: "Aged members of the society"
Synonyms: elderly, older, senior
- (adj): Of wines, fruit, cheeses; having reached a desired or final condition; ('aged' pronounced as one syllable).
Example: "Mature well-aged cheeses"
Famous quotes containing the word aged:
“A woman would rather visit her own grave than the place where she has been young and beautiful after she is aged and ugly.”
—Corra May Harris (18691935)
“It is as often a weakness in the aged to dictate to the young, as it is folly in the young to slight the warnings of the aged.”
—H., U.S. womens magazine contributor. American Ladies Magazine, pp. 230-3 (May 1828)
“Beneath them sit the aged men, wise guardians of the poor;
Then cherish pity, lest you drive an angel from your door.”
—William Blake (17571827)