Examples from the Web for pensioner
“As Muslims, we want it to be a mosque, but we also have to think of the foreigners and their rights,” said Asim Gur, a pensioner.
Dimitris Christoulas, the pensioner who took his life, summed up the sentiments of many in his chilling suicide note.Greece’s Elections in May Will Not Solve the Country’s Many Crises Nor Heal Disunity|Barbie Latza Nadeau|April 14, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Unlike the NFL pensioner, Anthony has nothing to fall back on.
My belief is, I could follow my husband still on a campaign, if he were a warrior instead of a pensioner.'
I have thought I divined that he is a pensioner of yours, and sometimes a straightened one.
But, madam, a pensioner on my wife, bringing next to nothing to the common estate!
Near the entrance, on the right, is the tomb of Simon Box, the first pensioner there buried in 1692.Chelsea|George Bryan
A pensioner inveighs against pensions; and a bankrupt preaches public œconomy.
British Dictionary definitions for pensioner
Word Origin and History for pensioner
late 15c., from Anglo-French pensionner, from Old French pensionnier (mid-14c.), from Medieval Latin pensionarius, from pension (see pension (n.)).