from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Of or pertaining to the Middle Ages; mediæval.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. the time of life between youth and old age (e.g., between 40 and 60 years of age)


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  • Two years ago, Gail Shofer Hall, a former Baltimore resident, began booking upscale bicycle tours for middle-age weekend warriors “who want to be spoiled.”

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  • The veteran worker who has been in the same job for 30 years, the middle-age career changer and the 22-year-old just starting out may seem like they have irreconcilable outlooks, but in reality these contrasting perspectives are just what workplaces need to thrive.

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  • This is something you all will see more of, as more kids who grew up with no Dad in their life, hit middle-age and seek to connect with the outdoors and nature and all that draws men to hunt, and have nothing to draw from but TV, movies and magazine articles.

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  • If you find yourself at a Super Bowl party that's just a bunch of middle-age dudes in mesh football jerseys and beer guts, go to the kitchen, take out a piece of paper, and write yourself a little note that says, "I need to get out more in 2012."

    The 21 Rules of Surviving a Super Bowl Party

  • Today, Mr. Wahab is general manager of the Afghan central-bank branch near the Khyber Pass, a middle-age man who carries tinted bifocals in his vest pocket and chooses Diet Pepsi over regular.

    Launching the Missile That Made History

  • A good time was had, but there was some drunk middle-age ladies in front of me that will eventually be making it into a comic.

    So much for the afterglow, woah

  • It was a curious question to be asked by a man in late middle-age, clad in slippers and baggy cords stained with brinjal pickle, and I wasn't quite sure how to answer it.

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  • Rodenbach's brief novel centers on Hugues Viane, a middle-age widower who, distraught at his wife's death several years before, moves to Bruges.

    Incarnating the World Within

  • The performers, five middle-age veterans, were all funny in the way your Uncle Benny gets funny after a few drinks at the family reunion.

    A Local in Times Square

  • Neuroscience Golf as Brain Food Image Bank/Getty Images A mere 40 hours of golf training for middle-age novices led to increases in gray matter in parts of the brain involved in visual processing and motor coordination.

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