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oldster

[ ohld-ster ]
/ ˈoʊld stər /
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noun
an old or elderly person.
(in the British navy) a midshipman of four years' standing.
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Origin of oldster

1810–20; old + -ster, modeled on youngster
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British Dictionary definitions for oldster

oldster
/ (ˈəʊldstə) /

noun
informal an older person
British navy a person who has been a midshipman for four years
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