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oldster (n.)

"old or oldish person, man past middle life," 1818, colloquial, originally nautical, from old + -ster, on analogy of youngster.

updated on August 20, 2019

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Definitions of oldster from WordNet

oldster (n.)
an elderly person;
Synonyms: old person / senior citizen / golden ager
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