not aging or appearing to age.
lasting forever; eternal; undying: the ageless beauty of Greek sculpture.

Origin of ageless

First recorded in 1645–55; age + -less
Related formsage·less·ly, adverbage·less·ness, noun Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Related Words for ageless

timeless, eternal, dateless

Examples from the Web for ageless

Contemporary Examples of ageless

Historical Examples of ageless

  • And more than that, I wanted them always; I wanted them ageless.

  • An ageless wisdom, with the sweetness and purity of the child Felicia's gaze.

    The Forbidden Trail

    Honor Willsie

  • Grizzled, ageless, watery-eyed, their clothing clean but baggy.

    The Risk Profession

    Donald Edwin Westlake

  • He was still as the ageless rocks, as much a part of eternity.

  • He was a young man, about thirty, but there was an ageless competence in his features.


    Henry Slesar

British Dictionary definitions for ageless



apparently never growing old
timeless; eternalan ageless quality
Derived Formsagelessness, noun
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Word Origin and History for ageless

1650s, from age + -less. Related: Agelessly; agelessness.

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