Definition of be not getting (or growing) any younger in English:

be not getting (or growing) any younger

phrase

  • Used to express the inevitability of ageing or the passage of time, often as an incitement to action.

    ‘I'm not getting any younger and I must find a full-time job’
    • ‘He's not getting any younger and it's impossible not to ask: how long can he keep it up?’
    • ‘I love what I do, it has been my whole life and I can't imagine not doing it but I'm not getting any younger.’
    • ‘"I am 65 years old now, and I'm not growing any younger," he retorts in self-defense.’
    • ‘Let's face it, we're not getting any younger and we all have to think about our lavish lifestyles, after our careers are over.’
    • ‘Neither of us is getting any younger and I feel that we should take advantage of whatever opportunities we're offered.’
    • ‘She isn't getting any younger, and she is in the process of very publicly getting her house in order for the eventual handover of the company to her designated heirs.’
    • ‘Days are going, years passing, and we are not growing any younger.’
    • ‘He isn't getting any younger, and his books aren't getting any better.’
    • ‘He is not growing any younger and is not getting any better.’