Your autumn years - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
(one's) autumn years (redirected from your autumn years)
(one's) autumn years
The time period near the end of one's life. Now that you're retired from work, how do you plan to spend your autumn years?
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I've learnt from the Welsh, it's not a crime to be poor, it's not a crime to be ill and it's not a crime to be forgetful during your autumn years
As you approach your autumn years
, your life has to change," he says sensibly.
At this time in your life you and your husband should be fully enjoying your autumn years
Aside perhaps from an arthritic gait in your autumn years
, the work generally leaves you feeling strong and healthy and with a sense of fulfilment that you have helped pave the way for future generations of walkers.