old person

NOUN
  1. an elderly person
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How To Use old person In A Sentence

  • The automakers were of the view that 10-year-old commercial vehicles and 15-year-old personal vehicles should be junked.
  • Anyway, the charm was meant to bring true happiness and I'm sure a gloomy cold person like Ian would need some of that.
  • The last I knew he was living in the Borders in some psychiatric home or an old person's slightly zany home.
  • Many, even most, students hold personal fears of inadequacy that undermine their ability to move forward.
  • I like London, particularly now that I can travel about it free with my old person's Freedom Pass.
  • It's nerve-rackingly crowded, and people give me dirty looks," says Ms. Weinstein, a 33-year-old personal assistant at a music-production company. Risking Life and Limb,
  • It is possessed of well marked diuretic properties, and is employed in ischury and dysury, and in the gravelly complaints of old persons. Resources of the Southern Fields and Forests, Medical, Economical, and Agricultural. Being also a Medical Botany of the Confederate States; with Practical Information on the Useful Properties of the Trees, Plants, and Shrubs
  • A smoker is likely to die rather young, whereas a non-smoker is likely to live quite some time as an old person, collecting Social Security and receiving care for a wide variety of old person ailments. Brad DeLong on Health Care, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • As an old person, one is often condemned to live alone.
  • The only evidence inculpating him in the offence was that of a 17-year-old person who was declared a hostile witness at trial in order to extract the evidence inculpating him.
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