A bit long in the tooth: words and phrases for talking about...

A bit long in the tooth: words and phrases for talking about old age

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by Liz Walter The Bible says that most of us will live for ‘three score years and ten’ – in other words, 70 years. Nowadays however, most people consider 70 the beginning of old age. This is probably why although the word sexagenarian (person from 60-69) exists, we rarely use it – being in your sixties …

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