Synonyms for pensioner

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While Pensioner was saying this, he took the tongs and picked a live coal from the fire.

“He is a jolly boy,” said the pensioner to Paul's mother, as Paul left the room.

His mother and the Pensioner were sitting before the fire as he entered the house.

I have been his pensioner for nigh a year back: I am so still.

I suspect, however, that you will soon be freed from your pensioner.

"He is a jolly boy," said the Pensioner to Paul's mother, as Paul left the room.

He often found him under the maple in front of the Pensioner's house.

Man's case is always that of the prodigal's favourite or the miser's pensioner.

A neighbour (Andrew Goldie, the pensioner) lent me his piece, and loaded it to me.

Yet who shall say, with certainty, that Young was a pensioner?

WORD ORIGIN

late 15c., from Anglo-French pensionner, from Old French pensionnier (mid-14c.), from Medieval Latin pensionarius, from pension (see pension (n.)).

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