He might have added a few more years, with credence.
Seven more years went by, and the boy gradually grew up.
It will keep for five or more years in a cool, dry place.
Five more years.
Been in the country more years than he can number acquaintances.
He will be a great warrior when he gathers a few more years.
He continued to serve all of these churches four more years.
And to think that the house cannot be sold for two more years!
Are you going to put up with four more years of graft and crime?
This made her appear his elder by more years than existed in fact between them.
A lad of sixteen he was, but no more years of life were there for him.
The trees were all seedlings and very large, probably 50 or more years old.
He tricked Jacob and made him work seven more years for Rachel.
Neighbor Walrus tells me, for more years than I have passed on this planet.
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