Sentences with Older, Sentences about Older

Sentences with Older, Sentences about Older

1. He’s older than Mary.

2. Alex married an older woman.

3. He can’t be older than I am.

4. He is much older than Frank.

5. My aunt is older than my mother.

6. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

7. I know your older brother quite well.

8. Beauty is in the heart of the beholder.

9. My older sister goes jogging every day.

10. Beauty is in the eye of the beer holder.

11. Today the weather was much colder than usual.

12. George shared the room with his older brother.

13. Alfred’s older brother and predecessor as king.

14. Beauty is altogether in the eye of the beholder.

15. That older man can neither walk nor talk properly.

16. Wealthy older men often marry younger trophy wives.

17. Shame, like beauty, is often in the eye of the beholder.

18. As you get older, you don’t get wiser. You get irritable.

19. A broken friendship may be soldered, but will never be sound.

20. Even though she’s much older than the others, she won the race.

21. Older men declare war. But it is youth that must fight and die.

22. You can only perceive real beauty in a person as they get older.

23. You feel a little older in the morning. By noon I feel about 55.

24. Older men declare war. But it is the youth that must fight and die.

25. Beauty is worse than wine, it intoxicates both the holder and beholder.

26. Beauty is often worse than wine intoxicating both the holder and beholder.

27. As I grow older, I pay less attention to what men say. I just watch what they do.

28. Competence, like truth, beauty, and contact lenses, is in the eye of the beholder.

29. When had Rodney’s first poem published? Was he younger or older than ten years old?

30. I was raised in Boston by three older brothers and a very strong and empowering single mom.

31. Most men love money and security more, and creation and construction less, as they get older.

32. I never thought I was a great mom. I always worked. I fell in love with my children as they got older.

33. I love what I do and I think it shows. As my kids get older, they can see me as a mom who loves working.

34. An archaeologist is the best husband a woman can have. The older she gets the more interested he is in her.

35. Stop this attitude that older people ain’t any good anymore! We’re as good as we ever were – if we ever were any good.

36. Although beauty may be in the eye of the beholder, the feeling of being beautiful exists solely in the mind of the beheld.

37. Women, as they grow older, rely more and more on cosmetics. Men, as they grow older, rely more and more on a sense of humor.

38. My mom always said I was the peacemaker in the family. My older brother, Eric, was the leader, the creative one. I was just his puppet.

39. All offer holders are instructed to keep a log of any disruption they experience, so the university can treat all candidates equitably.

40. I suppose when they reach a certain age some men are afraid to grow up. It seems the older the men get, the younger their new wives get.

41. As I grew older, I realized that it was much better to insist on the genuine forms of nature, for simplicity is the greatest adornment of art.

42. I’ve developed into quite a swan. I’m one of those people that will probably look better and better as I get older until I drop dead of beauty.

43. The more people explore the world, the more they realize in every country there’s a different aesthetic. Beauty really is in the eye of the beholder.

44. My mom calls me an older soul because, growing up, she taught me stuff real early. Now I spend most of my time chasing wisdom, chasing understanding.

45. While the knight was essentially a title denoting a military office, the term could also be used for positions of higher nobility such as landholders.

46. As one gets older, it happens that in the morning one fails to remember the airplane trip to be taken in a few hours or the lecture scheduled for the afternoon.

47. As I wrote, I found that Aibileen had some things to say that really weren’t in her character. She was older, soft-spoken, and she started showing some attitude.

48. The beauty of collaboration between older and younger generations is that we combine strength with wisdom—a surefire way to accomplish more for the glory of God.

49. I didn’t wake up one morning and not be in the Replacements. We’re all that forever, and I’ve just grown older. I mean, I haven’t lost anything. I’ve gained a few things.

50. Grown men can learn from very little children for the hearts of little children are pure. Therefore, the Great Spirit may show to them many things which older people miss.

51. My older sister was at the cusp of new wave, and I had older brothers from my father’s first marriage who were rock ‘n’ roll guys, so I was exposed to a lot of popular culture.

52. I played with dolls until I was 15. My mother encouraged it because my older sister got married when she was 15, so Mom thought that the longer I stayed with dolls, the better.

53. You don’t appreciate a lot of stuff in school until you get older. Little things like being spanked every day by a middle-aged woman: Stuff you pay good money for in later life.

54. I don’t know why, but the older I get the more interested I get in my parents’ marriage. And it’s interesting to be married yourself, too, because there is an inevitable comparison.

55. I was embarrassed that I even wanted to become an actress because coming from L.A., with two older sisters in the business and a mom who had been a ballet dancer, it was such a cliche.

56. Well, I am not really a conventional mom at all. Like, I had my kids really young. I had Danny when I was 18 or 19 and then Liam when I was 23 and Molly, I had when I was a little older.

57. My mother always called me an ugly weed, so I never was aware of anything until I was older. Plain girls should have someone telling them they are beautiful. Sometimes this works miracles.

58. Clearly older women and especially older women who have led an active life or elder women who successfully maneuver through their own family life have so much to teach us about sharing, patience, and wisdom.

59. In terms of the romantic kind of lead, I just never enjoy those movies very much. Maybe they’ll come to interest me more as I get older. I doubt it, but maybe. Romantic comedies tend to be, for me, an oxymoron.

60. Somehow, I’ve been blessed to be able to have the young spirit inside – not feel like every year I get a year older. I feel like every year I get a year younger. I don’t wake up in the morning with aches and pains.

61. My very sassy, older southern sister is very quick to point out that it’s a luxury that my daughter gets to come to work with me. She does, and I have lunch with her every single day. My mom says I have ‘high class problems.’

62. The beauty of ‘spacing’ children many years apart lies in the fact that parents have time to learn the mistakes that were made with the older ones – which permits them to make exactly the opposite mistakes with the younger ones.

63. A lot of us grow up and we grow out of the literal interpretation that we get when we’re children, but we bear the scars all our life. Whether they’re scars of beauty or scars of ugliness, it’s pretty much in the eye of the beholder.

64. I say I never wanna get married. I feel trapped with the idea of marriage. How can you really be with somebody forever? I’d get bored! As I get older, I don’t settle. I’d rather tell somebody ‘This is what I want – take it or leave it.’

65. Love is like a friendship caught on fire. In the beginning a flame, very pretty, often hot and fierce, but still only light and flickering. As love grows older, our hearts mature and our love becomes as coals, deep-burning and unquenchable.

66. I always was drawn to the performing arts. I started dancing when I was two. I sang, loved to act, and loved going to visit my mom on-set. But she wanted me to have a normal childhood, so I wasn’t really allowed to pursue acting till I got older.

67. People often say that ‘beauty is in the eye of the beholder,’ and I say that the most liberating thing about beauty is realizing that you are the beholder. This empowers us to find beauty in places where others have not dared to look, including inside ourselves.

68. Growing up with three older brothers and being the youngest and the only girl, my mom always made me tough. She’s taught me over the years how to be a strong, independent woman, how to carry yourself in a positive way and anything that my brothers can do, I can do.

69. My mom played the recorder. But not having electricity, we had minimal exposure to music. As I got a little older, we had Walkmans and things that were battery-powered, but it would have been nice to be growing up in the iPod era. A tape only has six songs on a side.

70. I basically believe the medical insurance industry should be nonprofit, not profit-making. There is no way a health reform plan will work when it is implemented by an industry that seeks to return money to shareholders instead of using that money to provide health care.

71. I’m torn about late parenting. I believe people should spend their twenties living and having fun and not having any regrets later. I also think people in their thirties generally make better parents but so many of my friends are having trouble – myself included – as fathers get older.

72. When I was young, I had two older sisters, and since I was the youngest in my family, my mom took me around with her all the time. I was forever with her when she was having coffee in the middle of the afternoon with her three sisters. And they would talk about men. I absorbed a lot of that.

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