old[ ohld ]SEE DEFINITION OF old
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OLD
The old man read it and for a time mused himself into seeming oblivion.
"That contains the spirit of all prayer," said the old philosopher.
You've been so devoted to her for three days that you've hardly bowed to old friends.
We met the son and the old man at one of their mines yesterday.
She was in a box with two men—one old and one young—and an older woman.
It was only the old man calling his son: David calling upon Absalom.
The West and the East were met in conflict,—the old and the new, the stale and the fresh.
The old man was peering at him sharply from under the grey protruding brows.
Percival had walked the floor in deep attention to the old man's words.
"I wonder what the old man will say when he sees me," he soliloquized.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR OLD
- been around
- been there
- broken in
- having something on the ball
- in the know
- knowing one's stuff
- knowing the score
- old hand
- the right stuff