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Definitions of old:

part of speech: noun


part of speech: adjective


part of speech: adjective

Far advanced in years; aged; used of any length of time, as, How old is he? he is two years old; decayed or injured by time or long use; out of date; not new or fresh.

part of speech: comparative


part of speech: noun

Former times; as, in days of old.

part of speech: adjective

Advanced in years: having been long in existence: decayed by time: out of date: ancient: having the age or duration of: long practiced.

part of speech: adjective

Having existed or lived many years; aged; as, an old oak; having an appearance of age; as, an old face; having reached a certain age; as, twenty- one years old; ancient; out of date; as, old customs; old coins; long used; not new; as, old shoes; long practiced; as, old habits; belonging to the past; as, one's old home; long experienced; as, he is an old hand at that work.

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To duplicate in form, color, qualities, conduct, and the like; use as a model or pattern; to take example by; to copy to appear to be like; to resemble in externals. ...

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