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Get On In Years

Get On In Years - to say someone is getting old

  • My mother is getting on in years.
  • Our horse is getting on in years. She can not run very fast.
  • We are getting on in years. I think we need to move to a smaller house.
  • The people next door are getting on in years. I always go and check on them.
  • My boss is getting on in years. He can not work so well now.
  • My brother is getting on in years. He has a lot of health problems.

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Gold Digger

Get On In Years

Get Out Of Hand

Good For Nothing

Get A Life

Give Green Light

Give My Word

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Get The Picture

Get The Ax

Get To The Heart Of

Give A Shot

Give Me A Ride

Go On

Going Dutch

Graveyard Shift

Green Thumb

Go Through The Roof

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