Older may refer to:
- the comparative form of old
- Older (album), the third studio album from George Michael (released in 1996)
- "Older / I Can't Make You Love Me," a song from the aforementioned album
- "Older," a song by They Might Be Giants on their 2001 album Mink Car
- "Older" (Royseven song), a song by Royseven
- Airin Older, the Sugarcult guitarist
Other articles related to "older":
... adults form flashbulb memories more readily than older adults ... adults experienced flashbulb memories, but less than half of the older adults met all the criterion of a flashbulb memory ... Younger and older adults also showed different reasons for recalling vivid flashbulb memories ...
... He has an older sister and an older brother ... his mother had another baby and there was no room for him and his older brother and sister, who went to live with their father ...
... He was 12 years older than me ... Alba had at one time said she envisioned a much older man as her ideal partner, making references to Morgan Freeman, Sean Connery, Robert Redford, and Michael Caine ... She said, "I have this thing for older men ...
... In the older classification of the gastropods, there were four subclasses Opisthobranchia (gills to the right and behind the heart) ... Nevertheless a few of the older terms such as "opisthobranch" and "prosobranch" are still sometimes used in a descriptive way ... account for the observed differences between the older phylogenies which were based on morphological data, and more recent gene-sequencing studies ...
... By the time he was born, he already had an older brother Sun Dezhang (孫德彰), an older sister Sun Jinxing (孫金星) who died at the early age of 4 ... Another older brother Sun Deyou (孫德祐) also died at the age of 6 ... He had two other sisters Sun Miaoxi (孫妙茜), who was older and Sun Qiuqi (孫秋綺) who was younger ...
Famous quotes containing the word older:
“Music at its best is not in need of novelty; indeed, the older it is, the more one is accustomed to it, the stronger its effect.”
—Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe (17491832)
“Children need people in order to become human.... It is primarily through observing, playing, and working with others older and younger than himself that a child discovers both what he can do and who he can becomethat he develops both his ability and his identity.... Hence to relegate children to a world of their own is to deprive them of their humanity, and ourselves as well.”
—Urie Bronfenbrenner (b. 1917)
“Our Germanys dead. However hard this may be for some of us older people, its a blessing for our children. Our children grew up against new backgrounds, new horizons. And they are free. Free to grow up as children. Free to run and to laugh without being forced into uniforms. Without being forced to march up and down streets, singing battle songs.”
—Emeric Pressburger (19021988)