agewise

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

age +‎ -wise

Adverb[edit]

agewise (not comparable)

  1. In terms of age
    • 1999 February 26, Ben Joravsky, “Take Our Children, Please”, Chicago Reader:
      They mix the classes up agewise so the older children lead the younger ones.
    • 2005 October 21, Ed Margolis, “Who's Debra Pickett?”, Chicago Reader:
      On the other hand, agewise, Deb admits to being 32, while Liz, with her latent maternal reflections, sounds like she is pushing 35--advantage Pickett.