old man

NOUN
  1. aromatic herb of temperate Eurasia and North Africa having a bitter taste used in making the liqueur absinthe
  2. (slang) boss
  3. a familiar term of address for a man
  4. a man who is very old
  5. an informal term for your father
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How To Use old man In A Sentence

  • The old man fell against the bucket.
  • A 19-year-old man was killed and four other people, including a pregnant woman, were injured when their car was riddled with bullets by the soldiers.
  • ‘Vous serez un jour un grand philologue, mon cher,’ said the old man, on our arriving at the conclusion of Lavengro
  • I could see my homeboy was scared, but that little Maya tried to kick at the old man.
  • The lonely old man was much to be pitied by all of us.
  • A senate committee has killed a bill that would have ended Virginia's four-year-old mandate that girls receive the vaccine that protects against the human papillomavirus before enrolling in the sixth grade. Senate panel kills bill to end Virginia's HPV vaccine mandate
  • They expect him to step aside and make way for an old man.
  • I remember on this occasion of our last sugar bush in Minnesota, that I stood one day outside of our hut and watched the approach of a visitor -- a bent old man, his hair almost white, and carrying on his back a large bundle of red willow, or kinnikinick, which the Indians use for smoking. Indian Boyhood
  • Listen to an old man's counsel.
  • The cruiser was pulled up below and the cops were questioning an old man with gray hair.
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