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1. Seeming never to grow old or to show the effects of time: "Our sporting heroes often strike us as ageless. We remember them in their prime, their faces unblemished" (Neal Bascomb).
2. Existing forever; eternal: "He was merely a participant in some ageless ritual that had preceded him by centuries" (Elizabeth Gilbert).

age′less·ly adv.
age′less·ness n.
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in an ageless manner
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