change-of-life love

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  • adj. Attributive form of change of life, noun.

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Examples

  • She tells more stories about herself after that, says she was something called a change-of-life baby, born at a time when there weren’t supposed to be any more babies.

    Still Waters

  • If you did have sex and got pregnant, your friends and doctors called the occurrence a "change-of-life" baby, which often was a cause for embarrassment.

    Kristen Houghton: Women's Relationships Aren't Age-Specific Anymore

  • You were the change-of-life baby, I believe, he said with a smile.

    VELOCITY

  • She had been a change-of-life baby, and they said she was spoiled.

    BOBBY PROCTOR

  • Sometimes called a "change-of-life baby," an unplanned pregnancy later in life can do just that.

    Health Matters

  • Hypnosis is a particularly worthwhile way to handle this particularl "change-of-life" as it helps the body deal with the physical symptoms while also helping with the emotional issues some women face at this time in their lives.

    Life of Brian:

  • This is complete with a fan, a cooling pillow, 30 - minute massages, a bottle of wine, and a Bite-Me candy bar made from flaxseed to soothe, quote, "change-of-life symptoms."

    CNN Transcript Oct 29, 2004

  • "Sissy is our so-called change-of-life baby," he told us, pointing to the little one.

    The Lake House

  • Ben Parker had been almost a quarter-century older than his kid brother Richard, who must have been a change-of-life baby'thus leading to the odd phenomenon of one brother edging toward retirement while another was just beginning to rise in his chosen career.

    The Sinister Six Combo

  • Such articles generally extolled the virtues of older motherhood and promulgated the myth that women can easily conceive any time until their early forties — maybe, considering those flukish change-of-life pregnancies, even up to menopause.

    Delayed Childbearing

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