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agedness rate
(Adult / Slang)
Same as old age.
Synonyms: advancing years; autumn of life; caducity; declining years; dotage; elderliness; evening of one's days; golden age; golden years; old age; senectitude; senescence; vale of years; winter of life.


(1) Mr. Bernstein (Everett Sloane) in Citizen Kane (1941): ' Just old age. It's the only disease, Mr. Thompson, that you don't look forward to being cured of.'

(2) Mr. Peabody (William Powell) in Mr. Peabody and the Mermaid (1948): ' Fifty: the old age of youth, the youth of old age.'

(3) The Dowager Empress (Helen Hayes) to the flirty Baroness von Livenbaum (Martita Hunt) in Anastasia (1956): ' To a woman of your age sex should be nothing but gender.'

(4) Retiring lawman Jack Beauregard (Henry Fonda) in My Name is Nobody (1973). ' I was getting to be one more old timer and the years don't make wisdom they just make old age.'

(5) Diana Barrie (Maggie Smith) to Sydney Cochran (Michael Caine) in California Suite (1978): 'I've aged, Sidney. I'm getting lines in my face. I look like a brand new steel-belted radial tire.'

(6) Abe (Alan King) to his son Abbie (Billy Crystal) in Memories of Me (1988): ' At my age you worry about two things. One, you're with a woman and she says, let's do it again right now, and the other is, who's going to come to my funeral? '

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