older than the hills

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older than the hills (comparative form only)

  1. Alternative form of old as the hills
    • 1856, "De L'Amour," Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol. 13, no. 5, p. 350,
      Love is as old, yea, older than the hills.
    • 1983, Gregory Jaynes, "At Liberty but All Keyed Up," Time, 4 Jul.,
      In the photograph you looked older than the cliché—older than the hills.