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late in life

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlate in lifelate in lifeLATEif you do something late in life, you do it at an older age than most people do it late
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late in lifeCarter and Reagan had come into politics relatively late in life.Greg got married late in life.She didn't have children until relatively late in life.Charlotte only wants to marry him for the house and comforts he can provide her later in life.Much of his commitment to social justice came late in life.Sir Monty Finniston entered the industrial arena relatively late in life.They gave him something he needed late in life, and he gave them something they needed early in theirs.Marriage, if considered, is arrived at later in life, and there is always divorce.Very late in life, bald with worry and eaten by a stomach ulcer, her father became a dentist.Not having children or having them late in life doubles the risk, as does heavy alcohol consumption.Pauline decided much later in life that she wanted a degree.
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