Pronunciation of Years
/jˈi͡əz/, /jˈiəz/, /j_ˈiə_z/
Synonyms for years:
points of time (noun)
oldness, senility, senescense.
blue moon (noun)
aeon, time period, ages.
breadth, compass, continuance, diameter, dimension, elongation, endlessness, expanse, expansion, lastingness, lengthiness, limit, linearity, loftiness, longitude, longness, magnitude, mileage, orbit, panorama, piece, portion, purview, quantity, radius, range, reach, realm, remoteness, section, segment, spaciousness, stride, tallness, unit, width, Extensiveness, protractedness, ranginess.
old age (noun)
debility, decrepitude, feebleness, geriatrics, golden age, infirmity, longevity, second childhood, seniority, Senectitude, golden years, advancing years, autumn of life, declining years, evening of life, latter part of animate life, retirement age, winter of life.
points of time (noun)
allotment, bit, bout, chronology, clock, eternity, extent, future, infinity, instance, instant, life, month, occasion, pace, past, point, present, second, shift, stint, tempo, tide, tour, turn, week, life span, many a moon, go*.
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Usage examples for years:
- " I haven't enjoyed myself so much for years. - "The Way of Ambition", Robert Hichens.
- It seems good to see you after all these years. - "Castle Craneycrow", George Barr McCutcheon.
- He has not done a thing these two years. - "Cousin Betty", Honore de Balzac.
- He felt about 600 years old. - "Space Tug", Murray Leinster.
- Nothing has happened for years. - "The Castle Of The Shadows", Alice Muriel Williamson.
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Quotes for years:
It took me years to understand that words are often as important as experience, because words make experience last.– William Morris
Rhymes for years:
- reappears, piers, premiers, interferes, smears, gears, racketeers, financiers, piers, racketeers, financiers, premieres, mutineers, spears, spheres, engineers, cashiers, hears, sneers, gondoliers, souvenirs, clears, sears, beers, beers, frontiers, sneers, queers, pioneers, peers, clears, nears, profiteers, fears, engineers, tangiers, mutineers, nears, fears, premieres, gondoliers, tangiers, tears, rears, volunteers, cashiers, pioneers, sears, mears, steers, hears, reappears, volunteers, frontiers, smears, ears, veers, gears, steers, spheres, peers, interferes, profiteers, souvenirs, spears, rears, premiers, ears, cheers, cheers, tears, queers, veers, mears;
- arrears, careers, appears, adheres, adheres, appears, careers, algiers, arrears, algiers;
- disappears, cavaliers, cavaliers, disappears;
- conventioneers, conventioneers;