The house is an old timer, but he's made a comfortable place of it, and the wife and daughter set a wonderful table.
Jake had been an old timer in the city room when Mel was a cub.
Moreover, he helped us to a new phase of human nature as exemplified in the mind of an old timer.
I am not deceiving you, Mrs. Wells, I am too sensible an old timer to do that.
The old timer now joined earnestly in urging him to stay till the storm was past.
Jack laughed as he said, "That's about right, and I think that maybe I'm an 'old timer.'"
But the missionary was before him, and, with very beautiful grace, he handed the old timer a book and pointed him to a seat.
He was the first missionary ever seen in the country, and it was the old timer who named him.
The old timer grasped me firmly by the right hand and held tight while he demanded, as usual, "What name?"
Meredith, the old timer, you know, has kept her up there among the hills.
A seasoned veteran, esp a man •Often used in direct address, generally affectionately: Although younger agents find them exciting, old-timers resist them (1860+)