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    adage

    adage - Dictionary definition and meaning for word adage

    Definition
    (noun) a condensed but memorable saying embodying some important fact of experience that is taken as true by many people
    Synonyms : byword , proverb , saw
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for adage

ad+age generally old ppl tell us all th proverbs n all ..

Adage ~ add+age = when a person is adding in age (increase in age, old people) .. old people generally use lots of adage in their conversation.

Adage ,, Ad-in telugu it sounds like ada(girl) ,, age- age "" in telugu we have one 'PROVERB' that ada valla age mogavalla salary adaga kudadhu""

ad(ADD) age --- added age ppl say proverbs

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M: add+ age =old, old people say wise things

ad + age, an old-AGE advertisement(AD), showcasing the old sayings.

ad+age generally old ppl gain wisdom so..

adage is a+dage.dage is rhyming sage. sage is a wise person who tells wise things

AADHI AGE nikal gayi but ye adage aaj bhi utna hi sahi hai jitna pehle tha

age adds will say proverb

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