Extroanticoite, n.

the state of being beyond old

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April 2016
"Concepts of age were considered only relevant when the citizen's years of life were considered countable. Anyone who lived beyond the period's largest known number (approx 302 in modern counting schemes) was considered extroanticoite - an entirely new class of entity, afforded a wide new range of responsibilities and bizarre new rights." (submitted by tomcoates)

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