Definition of ageless in English:

ageless

adjective

  • 1Never looking old or appearing to grow old.

    ‘the ageless singer looked flawless’
    ‘we often praise celebrities for their ageless appearance’
    • ‘Without it, through little fault of his own, Plutarch is left exposed as the supreme exemplar of the ageless dictum: never let the facts get in the way of a good story.’
    • ‘This brings us to that ageless marital dilemma facing everyone I know: why is it that whatever you spend money on makes sense, and whatever he spends it on is a complete and utter waste?’
    • ‘Gently melancholic ageless classic from the lost talent of English song.’
    • ‘The architecture of the modern era aspires to evoke an air of ageless youth and of a perpetual present.’
    • ‘This belief corresponds precisely to the Indian tradition of a perennial philosophy, an ageless wisdom revealed and revealed, restored, lost, and again restored through the cycles of ages.’
    • ‘But then, to date the integrity of Beckett's genius has survived all the fashions and the fads, and thankfully great art like his survives behind the times, ageless and indestructible.’
    • ‘The scene was set for an evening of entertainment highlighted by the ageless message of hope.’
    • ‘But the life Edwards has lead, globetrotting with her father, has given her something that puts her at odds with those who would normally be considered peers, and gives her songs an ageless outlook.’
    • ‘It appears that ageless truth remains the same that small guns are easier to carry and the big guns shoot better.’
    • ‘It would have to be a timeless, ageless tale, something that could be told in over eighty years and still have the same moving punch as it would back in the nineteen hundreds.’
    • ‘It endured forever in its own special dimension of time - ageless, never dimming entirely from memory, forever after unattainable.’
    • ‘It has an ageless quality, perhaps because it was written by an old man in a decade (the eighties) in which poetic reflections on the First World War were not a common theme for novels.’
    • ‘It will be the first time in the Swindon theatre's history that J M Barrie's ageless classic has been performed as a pantomime.’
    • ‘Yet ever since the launch of her own label, in 1983, she has consistently espoused a style that is contemporary in spirit but timeless and ageless in appeal.’
    • ‘With such timeless material and a seemingly ageless line-up, who knows when the Steeleye Span journey will end?’
    • ‘This is what tells us that the Universe probably does have a finite age, it probably is not eternal and ageless as Einstein wanted to believe.’
    • ‘Murphy Brown was an intelligent, risk-taking sitcom that surpasses its topical '80s humor to become an ageless classic.’
    • ‘They become artifacts not only of culture but of time, and as such acquire a timeless, ageless quality that can elude even the best color films.’
    • ‘It would reign omnipotent over all the other inestimable, ageless, treasures of antiquity that thirty seven ruthless years of deep intrigue and immense wealth had brought him.’
    • ‘It is a world of gracious living, Old World culture, and haute cuisine, as ageless as Brigitte Bardot or Catherine Deneuve.’
    • ‘Close your eyes and look inside yourself, shut out the noise of your civilization and listen to the ageless stories of the Shona, buried deep inside the foundation stones of this once Great place, this Zimbabwe.’
    1. 1.1 Lasting for a long time or forever.
      ‘the ageless argument about whether human beings possess free will’
      lasting, classic, enduring, ageless, permanent, perpetual, perennial, abiding, unfailing, unchanging, never-changing, changeless, unvarying, unfading, invariable, unending, without end, ceaseless, never dying, undying, deathless, immortal, eternal, everlasting, immutable, indestructible, imperishable
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Pronunciation:

ageless

/ˈājləs/