Synonyms for


Similarity of adj older

3 senses of older

Sense 1:
aged, elderly, older, senior
old (vs. young)
Sense 2:
elder, older, sr.
senior (vs. junior)
Sense 3:
old, older
experienced (vs. inexperienced), experient
Similarity of adj old

8 senses of old

Sense 1:
old (vs. young)
aged, elderly, older, senioraged(prenominal), of age(predicate)aging, ageing, senescentancientanilecentenariandarkeneddoddering, doddery, gaga, senileemeritusgrey, gray, grey-haired, gray-haired, grey-headed, gray-headed, grizzly, hoar, hoary, white-hairedmiddle-agednonagenarianoctogenarianoldishoverage, overaged, superannuated, over-the-hillsexagenarianvenerable
Also See: experienced#1, experient#1; mature#3; senior#1

Sense 2:
old (vs. new)
age-old, antiqueantediluvian, antiquated, archaicantiqueauldhand-me-down, hand-downhoary, rustyimmemorial(postnominal)long-agolongtime(prenominal)patchedsecondhand, usedsunsetyellow, yellowed
Also See: noncurrent#1; nonmodern#1; past#1; stale#1; worn#1

Sense 3:
old(prenominal)
familiar (vs. unfamiliar)
Sense 4:
old, older
experienced (vs. inexperienced), experient
Sense 5:
erstwhile(prenominal), former(prenominal), old, onetime(prenominal), one-time(prenominal), quondam(prenominal), sometime(prenominal)
past (vs. present) (vs. future)
Sense 6:
honest-to-god, honest-to-goodness, old(prenominal), sure-enough(prenominal)
genuine (vs. counterfeit), echt
Sense 7:
Old
early (vs. middle) (vs. late)
Sense 8:
previous(prenominal), old
preceding(prenominal) (vs. succeeding)
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