Definition Old

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Definition

old: elderly, aged, the opposite of young or new
adjective

I am 35 years old: I was born 35 years ago, my age is 35
idiom
Pronunciation examples
UK: When I grow old, will you still love me?
US: I will love you as long as you don't look too old.

Examples

  • "This worries me, because I use your cologne, "Old Man Smell", on a daily basis."
  • "I would greatly appreciate it if you could send me a list of the ingredients of your perfume "Old Man Smell", so that I may stop worrying."
  • "Your old meat made me sick."
  • "Rest assured that "Old Man Smell" will cause you no health problems whatsoever."
  • "When they had the earthquake in San Francisco back in nineteen-six, they said that ol' mother nature was up to her old tricks."
  • "We are confident that "Old Man Smell" will not cause you any health problems."
  • "Had an old gold Chevy and a place of my own."
  • "Is there an "Old" Zealand?"
  • "I would greatly appreciate it if you could send me a list of the ingredients of your perfume for men, "Old Man Smell", so that I may put my worries to rest."

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