old stager

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Origin of old stager

First recorded in 1705–15
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Related Words for old stager

old-timer, expert, pro, veteran, vet, warhorse

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Historical Examples of old stager

  • You act as though you were an old-stager at the game and was going sure.

    The Yazoo Mystery

    Irving Craddock

  • Miss Vanderlyn had a neat little black pony, apparently very careful in step, and an "old-stager" at ascending the mountains.

    The Coward

    Henry Morford


British Dictionary definitions for old stager

old stager

noun
  1. a person with experience; old hand
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