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Today's Idiom = "Well Up In Years"
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Well Up In Years ( more polite way to say that someone is old ... )

"Well Up In Years"

Example: "Your grandfather was born before the war?" Reply: "Yes, he's well up in years."

Example: "How is professor Abrams doing these days?" Reply: "He is well up in years now, so he doesn't get around as easily as he used to."

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