[noun mid-lahyf; adjective mid-lahyf]
Origin of midlife
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Examples from the Web for midlife
Ted Thompson is concerned with the “if not before,” which is to say the midlife crisis.Ted Thompson’s Debut Novel Features A 1 Percenter As Its Hero
May 6, 2014
Now, however, the VMAs are facing a bit of a midlife crisis.VMAs 2013: MTV’s Awards Show, Once Crazy, Is Getting Old
August 22, 2013
Burning money trying to become “cooler” ends up looking something like the metropolitan equivalent to a midlife crisis.Richard Florida Concedes the Limits of the Creative Class
March 20, 2013
As I continue to bring up the term “midlife crisis,” I can almost hear Reynolds cringe through the phone.Midlife Crisis? Get Bangs!
February 20, 2013
Something similar happens in midlife when many men feel frustrated and are looking for answers.Why Aren't There More Women Libertarians, Ctd?
January 8, 2013
Word Origin and History for midlife
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
- middle age
- Of, relating to, or characteristic of middle age.
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