Third-person singular simple present indicative form of age.(verb)
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Use "ages" in a sentence
"It will be noted that the American decreases in the younger ages were not as great as in England and Wales, that they changed to _increases_ about age 45 and continued to increase in each age group thereafter, while in England and Wales the decline _occurred at all ages_."
"The best book I've read in ages is Mark Gardiner's memoir, Riding Man."
"Best comedy in ages is Big Bang Theory (Channel 4 and E4), which is full of nice nerd jokes and has that Johnny Galecki in it, who was in Roseanne all those years ago."