Did you perhaps mean midlife?
- adj. alternative spelling of midlife.
“Well he may want kids, but he is also perhaps going through a mid-life crisis and had to figure it out for himself.”
“Producer Lori Miller and Executive Producer Matt Cooper were partly responsible for the great little mid-life crisis film “Panic” from 2001, featuring Donald Sutherland and William H. Macy as father and son and business partners (i.e., hit men).”
“For instance, we have to: more effectively engage traditional and new media, articulate standards and measurable outcomes, and help a new, forward-looking generation come into mid-life leadership roles in the movement.”
“When his behavior got noticeably stranger during the year later revealed through "discovery" I was truly worried he was experiencing some kind of depression or mid-life crisis.”
“But it is one of his choosing, one that he has earned the right to enjoy, and when his birthday arrives, the normal mid-life analysis of what he has done and what there is left to do will not take long.”
“No sign of grey, and no sign of mid-life crisis either.”
“He really ought to be renamed the patron saint of the mid-life crisis because nowadays he seems to symbolize the question about what a person has actually achieved of value.”
“Soon I found myself in mid-life, and I could no longer turn on the radio and listen to the treasured Jazz and Pop Standards of my youth -- unless I was willing to pay for the privilege, due to the aforementioned damnable practice of traditional radio stations' concentrating solely on advertiser-friendly, youth-oriented demographics.”
“The writing bug bit Thomas P. Haynes during his mid-life crisis.”
“For others, it slips into his or her mid-life prose and poems.”
Looking for tweets for mid-life.