Definition of 'as old as the hills'
Example sentences containing 'as old as the hills'
THE GOLDEN LION (2003)
Mr Foster who taught Religious Instruction was as old as the hills and well known for his faraway look.THE THIRD CLASS GENIE (2003)
While he may be as old as the hills he had not forgotten his manners.MR GOLIGHTLY'S HOLIDAY (2003)
Definition of as old as the hills from the Collins English Dictionary
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