old-timer

[ ohld-tahy-mer ]SEE DEFINITION OF old-timer

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OLD-TIMER

Well, old-timer, you put airing your lace curtains a little?

That's what I call getting hunk with a vengeance, old-timer.

Well, old-timer, here we are again with our hat in our hand!

Too much water has run under the bridge for that, old-timer.

Johnny Behan, an old-timer and an Indian fighter, was the first sheriff.

And finally Cochise asked the old-timer whether he believed in a hereafter.

“Well, have one yourself,” returned the old-timer grudgingly.

“He has ketched on,” mournfully stated an old-timer from the third district.

It was Murray of Dawson, an old-timer, and rather a friend of mine.

It was essential to Arthur's plans that he stand well with the old-timer.

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