thirty-something

NOUN
  1. the time of life between 30 and 40
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How To Use thirty-something In A Sentence

  • The crowd are an uneasy alliance of asymmetric-haired trendies and what may be their polar opposite: nervous, bespectacled thirty-something men who look like they regularly won the maths prize at school.
  • Still, a perfectly risen pudding is likely to impress a bunch of thirty-something women--which I guess makes me at least the James Blunt of the kitchen.
  • Sex without babies, unless of course you are a man with an unquenchable thirst for thirty-somethings - then there's usually no way out: nappies are back.
  • A table of thirty-something guys made billionaires by the NASDAQ back in ninety-nine. SILENT JOE
  • The film follows a fat, thirty-something loser who lives with his mom, works at a rat-infested parking garage - and finds his only moments of solace in his beloved New York Giants. Sundance: We Review Patton Oswalt’s New Sports Comedy ‘Big Fan’ » MTV Movies Blog
  • The athletic spring that had once been in my step had slid disgracefully into a slothful waddle and I was metamorphosing into a thirty-something marshmallow instead.
  • I am a young thirty-something practicing Catholic engaged to be married to a young thirty-something lapsed Catholic.
  • While my friends insist that I should be dating sophisticated thirty-something women with the aim of settling down, I find myself attracted to wild, volatile hellraisers.
  • And behind any club at night you will find gangs of sophisticated and gorgeous thirty-somethings swigging guiltily from an illicit flask of vodka.
  • Yet its central theme was understandable to all but the most slack of thirty-something drifters.
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