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To be on the wrong side of sixty


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To be on the wrong side of sixty means to be over sixty years of age.



Sample Usage

1. Karen surprised everybody with her enthusiasm and vigorous activities although she was on the wrong side of sixty.

2. Despite being on the wrong side of sixty, the actor continues to get very good roles with some of the top directors of the film industry.


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