from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Of a specified number of years.
- adj. That has lasted many years; old.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Containing years; having existed or continued many years; aged.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Numbering years; aged.
Silly Season used to start in late spring or early summer before an election and ran right up to election day, though you could argue that it now starts earlier than that, roughly the first Monday following the second Tuesday of each even-yeared November.
A genuine hobo, a couple of punks, or a bunch of tender-yeared road - kids might have gone through his rags for any stray pennies or nickels and kicked him out into the darkness.
The latter was an intricate, multi-layered, multi-yeared effort aided by politicians in high place like Gov.
If it's one comprised of parts only available in Outer Mongolia on the third Tuesday of every leap-yeared February, then you may be in trouble.
This Other-Half is wholly sympathetic to the seventeen-yeared child who lies in the hospital-ward at St. Anna's.
I yeared o 'dem but you couldn't gimme dis car full o' money to fly.
In a little while he yeared her voice sayin ',' Skinny, Skinny, don't you know me?
I yeared o 'them, but you couldn't gimme dis car full of money to fly, they's too high off de ground.
De white folks had yeared dey wuz comin 'and dey had lef' -- after de
You know other brains which, if you will but consider, prove this life to be only one stage of a many-yeared era: they are lying fallow from birth until death; they have powers latent in them, that next time, perhaps, will bear golden grain or fruit.