the time of (one's) life

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the time of (one's) life

An extremely fun, exciting, or enjoyable time (doing something). I traveled to France for the first time last summer, and I had the time of my life! A: "Did the kids enjoy the circus?" B: "Oh, they had the time of their lives!"
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time of one's life

An extremely pleasurable experience; see under of one's life.
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the time of your life

a period or occasion of exceptional enjoyment.
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time of (one's) life

A highly pleasurable experience: We had the time of our lives at the beach.
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Middle age is the time of life when family responsibilities come to the fore," De Vita said.
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1 : the time of life between being a child and an adult <He spent his youth in Europe.
People can identify with growing up, the time of life when they're making decisions about what they should do, and what they're going to be.