Examples of middle age in a Sentence
as our generation approaches middle age
The patient was in late middle age.
He feared the approach of middle age.
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The eight men were in their late 40s, firmly in the realm of middle age.
Study volunteers who maintained at least four of the healthy behaviors had a 27 percent decreased risk of high blood pressure by middle age.
But whereas James and Curry became NBA standouts before embracing political activism and Jordan demurred until deep into middle age, Fox and his peers see no reason to wait.
Diagnosis involves ruling out other conditions Anyone can get fibromyalgia, but between 80% and 90% of those diagnosed are adult women—most of whom are diagnosed in middle age.
But finding an actress who could convincingly play Grace as a teenager, a young woman and in middle age — and, oh, yeah, do a perfect Northern Irish accent — was no small feat.
But as Cruise has moved firmly into middle age, his characters have stopped getting older.
The transition from middle age to old age is often one of slowing down.
Rock is often thought to fetishize youth, but few rock artists at their peak rushed headlong into middle age the way Tom Petty did.
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