Idiom: up in years / get up in years
— She’s up in years now but everyone thinks she’s 20 years younger than she is.
— When I get up in years I want to move somewhere where there’s a warm climate.
— You'd be surprised how many people who are up in years are using Tik Tok.
— Your dog has a frosty white face now. I guess she getting up in years.
— Unfortunately, my grandmother isn't traveling anymore now that she's getting up in years.
— I want to be just like my mother when I get up in years. She's more active than most people in their 30s.
— Now that I'm getting up in years, I have the time to go for long walks and read books every day.
— You should enjoy life now rather than deferring your happiness until you're up in years.
— When my husband was up in years he lost his eye sight but it didn't limit him much.
— Getting up in years is just another stage in life. There are benefits and challenges just like any other period in life.
— Now that my grandfather is up in years he really likes to just sit on our boat at the dock. He doesn't particularly like to sail anymore though.
— Once my mother got up in years her hearing was completely gone. Luckily, it faded rather slowly and we were able to get her a service dog for hearing.
— It's funny, now that I'm getting up in years, the less I think age is important and that age really is just a number.
— My next door neighbor was really up in years when he had his first child. I think she was in elementary school when he was in his 80s.
— I'd really love to ride the rollercoaster with you but I'm a little up in years, kid.
— All the baby boomers are really up in years now.
— How different societies view people who are up in years is very revealing about their culture and their compassion for humanity.
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