[ US /ˌoʊɫdˈtaɪmɝ/ ]
  1. an elderly man
  2. an experienced person who has been through many battles; someone who has given long service
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How To Use old-timer In A Sentence

  • Many old-timers remember the romance of tuning in to the radio shows.
  • `You'd best have proof of that remark, old-timer ," he replied, unworried. PAINT THE WIND
  • As he bounded in looking fresh, relaxed and incredibly cheery, I noticed the charm that might grate with cynical newspapermen and City old-timers.
  • There's the cold-eyed, creepy stillness and bottled aggression of the ex-military types, the jovial Swanndri bonhomie of the hunters, a swash of piratical old-timers and some adenoidal gun dorks.
  • There's mutual respect among featured surfers of different generations, as if the old-timers, gnarly in years and the kind of waves they pursued, are passing on the baton.
  • Trying to figure out why the old-timers in internet audio are not getting their props is asking the wrong question. Questions for Startup Founders
  • She had all the tricks old-timers were taught to enthral connoisseurs.
  • Evading the police - prominent amongst their number are the requisite hotheaded, ambitious youngster and world-weary old-timer - the assassin hides out in a rooms-by-the-quarter-hour hotel.
  • Ex-pat old-timers say it's the first six months of expatriation that are the worst.
  • All ages of trees, from saplings to the old-timers, create a multistoried canopy allowing light to enter the gaps and stimulate new growth.
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