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young at heart

This page is about the idiom young at heart

Meaning: Someone is young at heart if they still feel young even though they're getting old.

For example:

  • Terry's nearly seventy but he's still young at heart. He's always trying new things and going to new places.

  • No matter how old I get, I'll always be young at heart.

Quick Quiz:

Wendy is sixty-five, but she's still young at heart. She still

a. has a youthful spirit

b. has a healthy heart

c. looks young

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Contributor: Matt Errey