Andrew Romano sends the septuagenarian Stone a birthday wish.
The septuagenarian duo of Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi will be able to keep their chauffer-driven, taxpayer-funded limos.
The experience left the septuagenarian designer sounding positively gob-smacked.
The septuagenarian was present during the search, according to the report.
The first case submitted was that of a septuagenarian, burnt some years before.
It looks as if the septuagenarian were ashamed of a diminished calf.
She did, in fact, redouble her activities, to an extent astonishing in a septuagenarian.
It was the septuagenarian bishop Purpuris, 273 recalled from exile by Julian.
The only way you could tell his demeanor from that of a septuagenarian was that he didn't drag his feet as he walked.
The septuagenarian squeezed the colonel's hand until the fingers cracked.
"of age 70, seventy-year-old," 1793, from Latin septuagenarius "containing seventy," from septuageni "seventy each," related to septuaginta "seventy" (see Septuagint). Noun meaning "a 70-year-old person" first recorded 1805. As an adjective, septuagenary is recorded from c.1600.