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


I am not deceiving you, Mrs. Wells, I am too sensible an old timer to do that.

She, too, mentioned the names of many, few of them known to the old timer.

Jake had been an old timer in the city room when Mel was a cub.

Many an old timer had told him of braving them upon sea and land.

One of the men that moved that car said it was an old timer.

Jack laughed as he said, "That's about right, and I think that maybe I'm an 'old timer.'"

I thought I was a novice, and here I was being hailed as an old timer.

He was the first missionary ever seen in the country, and it was the Old Timer who named him.

Meredith, the Old Timer, you know, has kept her up there among the hills.

This settled it, and the most earnest prayers of the Old Timer could not have held him back.