Definition of all-aged in English:

all-aged

adjective

  • 1Originally Horse Racing (later also Coursing and in greyhound racing). Of a race: open to competitors of all ages. Also of the animals eligible to take part in a race: of all ages.

  • 2Forestry. Designating a forest made up of a mixture of trees of all ages.

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in The New Sporting Magazine. From all + age + -ed.

Pronunciation

all-aged

/ˈɔːleɪdʒd//ˌɔːlˈeɪdʒd/