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  • noun Plural form of ageist.

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Examples

  • Not a Washington insiders, that Obama supposed to be ageists to!!

    Obama picks up superdelegate

  • Lack of experience does not preclude anyone from being a brilliant MP waiting to happen, and only ageists believe otherwise.

    Are we the party of empty rhetoric?

  • Lack of experience does not preclude anyone from being a brilliant MP waiting to happen, and only ageists believe otherwise.

    646 astronauts

  • Not only did the survey bust the myths that Americans between the ages of 21 and 83 are ageists and that young people have no respect for older people, but also provided another perspective on the stereotype that Boomers are self-indulgent, and even greedy.

    Stereotypes Go Boom (The Boomer Blog)

  • And as a medicare card carrying, social security drawing old fart, I enjoy how some folks are using age as an issue--Damn ageists, anyway.

    Jesse Jackson, Day 2.

  • Of course there will no doubt be some new ageists who seize on this as evidence that their wholly unevidenced claims are right.

    Bad Science

  • And once the National Campaign heats up, it’ll be racists or sexists vs ageists.

    Playing the race ace « BuzzMachine

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