The effects on the character of this 'grand climacteric' are often marked.
Sixty-three years old,—just the year of the grand climacteric.
He is now three-and-thirty, which is the grand climacteric of a young drunkard.
And the grand climacteric of the Ancients at nine times seven 63.
I am now in my grand climacteric, and shall not complete it.
He presently began asking certain questions about the grand climacteric, which eventful period of life he was fast approaching.
The next year , in which Cato came upon the stage, was the grand climacteric of Addison's reputation.
It was a grand climacteric in the life of humanity--an epoch in the moral and religious history of the world.
This happened in the depth of winter, when I was in my grand climacteric, and had just recovered of a dangerous disease.
Physicians speak in a physiological sense of the grand climacteric of a man's age.