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A Ripe Old Age ( a fun way to refer to a person coming to an older age ... )

"A Ripe Old Age"

A ripe old age is a fun way to say that the person has come to a healthy old age.

Example: "At the ripe old age of 45, I feel like I am just starting my life."

Example: "My grandfather lived to the ripe old age of 95."

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