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Adolescent(adj)
growing from childhood to adulthood; roughly of the teenage period
Age
Adolescent(n)
teenager
Age
antediluvian
antiquated; belonging to the time before the bible
age
archanic
no longer used, except in special context; old-fashioned
Age
callow
young and inexperienced; unfledged
Age
Contemporary(adj)
of the same period or duration
age
contemporary(n)
a person who lives in the same time as another
age
crone
withered old woman
age
decrepit
weakened by old age
age
defunct
dead; deceased; extint
age
forebear
forefather. ancestor
age
hoary
1.White or gray with age
2.ancient
age
infantile
of or like an infant or infancy; childish
age
inveterate
1.firmly established by age; deeply rooted
2.habitual
age
juvinile
1.of or like youth; youthful
2.immature
age
longevity
1.long life
2.length of life
age
matriarch
1. mother and ruler of a family
2.highgly respected elderly lady
age
mature
1.full-grown; ripe
2.carefully thought out
age
nonage
legal minority; period before maturity
age
nonagenarian
person of his or her 90's
age
obsolescent
going out of use; becoming obsolete
age
obsolete
no longer in use; out-of-date
age
patriarch
1.venerable old man
2.father and fuler of a family or tribe; founder
age
posthumous
1.published after the authors death
2.occurring after death
age
primeval
pertaining to the world'd fist ages; primitive
age
primordial
1.exsiting at the very beginning
2.elementary; primary; first in order
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pristine
in original, long-ago state; uncorrupted
age
puberty
physical beginning of manhood (14) or woman hood (12)
age