Definition of Time of life
1. Noun. A period of time during which a person is normally in a particular life state.
Group relationships: Life, Life-time, Lifespan, Lifetime
Specialized synonyms: Summer, Age, Eld, Neonatal Period, Babyhood, Early Childhood, Infancy, Childhood, Schooldays, Schooltime, Youth, Adolescence, Prepuberty, Puberty, Pubescence, Teens, Mid-twenties, Twenties, Mid-thirties, Thirties, Thirty-something, Forties, Mid-forties, Fifties, Mid-fifties, Mid-sixties, Sixties, Golden Years, Mid-seventies, Seventies, Eighties, Mid-eighties, Mid-nineties, Nineties, Bloom, Bloom Of Youth, Salad Days, Adulthood, Maturity, Bachelorhood, Middle Age, Widowhood, Age, Eld, Geezerhood, Old Age, Years, Deathbed
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Literary usage of Time of life
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Lancet (1860)
"The evidence of the tables with respect to the time of life of the access of the disease was as follows :— Cases. The disease commenced during the 1st year ..."
2. Handy-book of Literary Curiosities by William Shepard Walsh (1892)
"Ask mt indeed to pop a robber under a bed : to hide a will which >hall be forthcoming in due season ; or at my time of life to write a namby-pamby ..."
3. A Glossary to the Works of William Shakespeare by Alexander Dyce (1902)
"Time brings forward all the expected events, without faltering under his burden" (STEEVENS). time of life, full and complete time; the period, ..."
4. The Origin and Development of Religious Belief by Sabine Baring-Gould (1892)
"... morally — He acts mediately— the medium material — The sacramental system the materialization of grace — Grace given at every time of life to meet all ..."