For a decade or two it was all well enough, but when it comes to fourscore years, one's patience gets exhausted.
Just imagine; and that, too, at fourscore and ten years of age.
The clerk was a seasoned man of fourscore years, and knew all the tricks of mortality.
Each of the others should have fourscore silver pennies for his shooting.
A good shearer can do fourscore in a day, and consequently he earns twenty shillings or one sovereign.
He enjoyed a strong, robust, and vigorous health; to the age of fourscore.
Well, 'tis as good as fourscore years—I often hard my father, God be merciful to him!
I could not make less than fourscore bows, of which about twenty might be to Whigs.
They live to a great Age very often to fourscore, and hale at that age the Kings Sister was near an hundred.
Now Euripides happened not to be born till about fourscore years after sop's death.