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What is the opposite of older?

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Adjective
Opposite of being of advanced years in age
Adjective
Opposite of most senior
Adjective
Opposite of of a greater age (in comparison)
Adjective
Opposite of existing or occurring at some time in the past
“I have so much to get through right now, so I will have to catch up on these movies at a later time.”
Adjective
Opposite of belonging to a former time
“Serena has set the bar high for future players of women's tennis.”
Adjective
Opposite of former or previous
“After enjoying the variety that my current job affords me, I don't know if I could go back to doing the same thing day in, day out.”
Adjective
(of a person) Opposite of comparative for having been in existence for a long time
“The young students were thrown into the deep end to get them out of their comfort zone.”
Adjective
Opposite of comparative for in a poor structural condition, especially due to old age
“The proposed site for the new building should not involve losing any existing public car parking.”
Adjective
(of clothes) Opposite of comparative for has been worn or used many times over a long period of time
“His pristine collection of clothes are slightly over the top and a little questionable.”
Adjective
Opposite of comparative for characterized by outdatedness and something that's not trending at the moment
“The city's downtown is dominated by modern skyscrapers and upmarket shopping malls.”
Adjective
Opposite of comparative for has been in possession or usage over a long period
“Our new winter collection is going to be bigger and better this year.”
Adjective
Opposite of comparative for marked by having extensive life experiences
“They're too young, too inexperienced and, by the look of their work, unmusical.”
Adjective
(attributive) Opposite of comparative for in a time or period marked by the past
“In these modern times, the use of social media is exploding at a rapid rate.”
Adjective
Opposite of comparative for so often used that it has become repetitive and tiresome
“In what has become an industry of old clichés, Coach Graham gave a rare and fresh interview that encapsulates his team's success.”
Adjective
Opposite of comparative for well-known or long established
“The obscure reference to a bygone era was as mysterious as it was intriguing.”
Adjective
Opposite of comparative for referring to something or someone one used to have
“She met her current husband after going on a cruise for singles.”
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