Examples from the Web for old man
His old-man's reminiscences came over him so strongly that for a time he forgot Madam Olsen and everything about her.
These young old-men are often quite as successful in old-man parts as those who have served most of a lifetime upon the stage.Our Stage and Its Critics|"E.F.S." of "The Westminster Gazette"
Their laughter crushed him, and he withdrew into his old-man's world, and despondently adapted himself to it.
But not a soul had another thought to spare for Old-man Barton that day.The Story Of Kennett|Bayard Taylor
Then he drank: the strange, careful, old-man's gesture in drinking.Aaron's Rod|D. H. Lawrence
British Dictionary definitions for old man
- an adult male kangaroo
- (as modifier) very large