time of 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!"
See also: life, of, time

time of (one's) life

A highly pleasurable experience: We had the time of our lives at the beach.
See also: life, of, time
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However, paradoxically, adolescence is the time of life that sees the greatest decline in physical activity, and this is greater in girls.
was inspired by my experiences helping others make soulful connections with loved ones during a difficult time of life. It is a blessing for me to know that I've created something that allows people to make meaningful, touching connections with those they treasure in life - at any stage of life.”
But Prof Carlo Strenger of Tel Aviv University says that in fact the mid-life years are the best time of life to "flourish and grow".
Thirty years is a long time in the fashion world but I won't be 'getting with it' again, such indiscretions can be misconstrued at my time of life! Robert Betteridge, Kings Heath
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The reckless time of life when anything is possible.
"With you I share a time of life marked by physical suffering, yet not for that reason any less fruitful in God's wondrous plan."
In a rare reference to his own Parkinson's disease, he said: 'With you I share a time of life marked by physical suffering, yet not for that reason any less fruitful in God's wondrous plan.'
At a time of life when others might consider easing their pace, Guest plans a full schedule for 2004.