old-timer definition

  • noun:
    • An elderly person.
    • someone with considerable tenure or experience in a given destination or activity; a veteran.
    • casual Something earliest pens or antiquated.
    • a person who has existed for a long period or has actually significant amounts of experience; a veteran.
    • person who maintains the views and customs of previous days; a vintage one who clings to practices and modes of thought today outdated.
    • person who has long occupied confirmed place or place; one who has exploded old in a spot, career, etc.
    • a seasoned person who has been through numerous battles; anyone who has provided long service
    • an elderly man

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