sunset years

sunset years

The final years of a person's life, especially those spent in retirement. The economic crash has been especially devastating to the retired and the elderly, whose pensions they had been expecting to live off of in their sunset years have now evaporated in a matter of days.
See also: sunset, year

one's sunset years

Euph. one's old age. Many people in their sunset years love to travel. Now is the time to think about financial planning for your sunset years.
See also: sunset, year

sunset years

the last years of a person's life. euphemistic
See also: sunset, year
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Despite a recent trend in posting ageing selfies, it appears many Malaysians worry about their sunset years, ranking fourth place out of 28 countries in a survey by market research firm Ipsos.
His maternal and paternal grandparents arrived, and they were married to the same person in their sunset years. His parents, too.
With two round-the-clock professional medically trained caregivers with screened domestic help and my Mom's home securely overseen by village security, one would assess that Mom's sunset years are adequately looked after.
There is no gate to Alms House, which is supposed to be a comfort zone for ageing citizens in their sunset years, and this has exposed them to dangers and insecurity lurking around the noisy and messy neighbourhood.The stinking and congested drainage rings the facility and is now a breeding ground for mosquitoes that terrorise the senior citizens.
In our sunset years, robot caregivers will be our practical companions, delivering consistent predictable services, devoid of emotional distractions and the need for a day off.
Second, truth be told, Raila is headed towards his sunset years and therefore he can't continue wasting time opposing.
President Kenyatta said the Inua Jamii programme, whose deeper anchor is a familys love, ensures that the countrys senior citizens have some level of financial empowerment in their sunset years while the younger beneficiaries have the very best start in life.
Just two old guys relishing the sunset years of a long life.
Asif Farrukhi said he was once, when Fahmida was alive and had been unwell, contacted by a newspaper to write her obituary because the newspaper used to prepare obituaries of renowned individuals who were in their sunset years. He didn't like it.
And that gave the German-American (above, with Hodgson), 46, a glimpse of how he might spend his sunset years - by relaxing rather than feeling the pressure on a Premier League touchline.
Come and see the elegance of the sunset years of the #91Austro- Hungarian#93 monarchy and the first Czechoslovak Republic.
A peep or aperture setup can help ease you into those Sunset Years.--PM
As the baby boomers enter their sunset years, many of them will use traditional Individual Retirement Accounts (IRA) to support themselves in retirement.
But Pacquiao wouldn't take heed-like most fighters nearing their sunset years do.
Entering the sunset years of his administration, Gov.