senior citizen

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

  • The website, however, says that booking on payment of concessional fare by senior citizens aged above 60 years could be done through it.
  • The first is a Golden Retriever, the second is a Senior Citizen.
  • Except that the senior citizen's plate is smaller than a normal man-sized plate, and the serving smaller in consequence.
  • Senior citizens also participate in an intergenerational reading project.
  • The cost of one ticket will provide more than one month of hot meals and case management for a homebound senior citizen.
  • After your children married and had children of their own, you were relegated to grandparenthood and looming senior citizenry. Kristen Houghton: Women's Relationships Aren't Age-Specific Anymore
  • New members were also inducted into the Senior Citizens Association at the meeting.
  • We, the public, need to remember that hospital dramas on television, with their nubile nurses and minimal number of suffering senior citizens, are not reality.
  • Mark Your Calendars all right, you archaeologic adventurers, it looks to be official: May 22, 2008 is the day senior citizen, Indiana Jones, comes back to the big screen, flinging his whip and cane at the bad guys. Archive 2007-02-01
  • Might TV news tilt in favor of prescription benefits for senior citizens because the producers know many of their viewers are codgers?
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