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geezer

noun as in old-timer

noun as in guy

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Example Sentences

“Maybe we're old geezers and were just Brooklynized out of existence,” she said.

He is not officially old enough to play a geezer, though he makes a good one.

From Time

Our next president is likely to either start out as a geezer or become one in office.

From Vox

I just did one [Geezer] with Billie Joe Armstrong from Green Day.

He displayed “an attitude of complacency,” with one likening him to “a dodgy geezer.”

To someone my age (47) Keith Richards (67) in his memoir Life has a kind of rare healthy post-Empire geezer transparency.

There are no fireworks at the end of this memoir but just the sweet ease of geezer-rockdom.

Plus, click here to read syndicated columnist and co-founder of Wowowow.com Liz Smith on geezer buying power.

Many more of them kind, Pippin reflected, would carry the old geezer off, sure thing.

I hold here an envelope to be delivered to Tomasso Slade—main geezer of the Elks.

But wont it jar the old geezer when his pipe goes out, to-night?

"Something's biting the old geezer," he informed Hal and Ellis.

He's th' geezer that made fame up to Poison Knob three years ago.

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On this page you'll find 24 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to geezer, such as: fossil, gramps, senior, veteran, golden ager, and mossback.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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