Examples of old man in a Sentence
I've been with my old man for 12 years now.
I used to work with your old man.
Recent Examples of old man from the Web
In 1903, the remains of a 10,000-year-old man were discovered in the Cheddar Gorge of Somerset, England.
For its first two acts, the film appears to just be the story of a creepy older man (John Goodman) terrorizing a young woman (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) with the possibility of an attack outside.
There was a pair of support dogs in traditional bridal attire (one veiled) there to attend two women getting married in tuxedos; a big family in brightly colored saris; a pair of older men in three-piece suits.
Call Me By Your Name (Feb. 27) Luca Guadagnino’s critically hailed drama concerns a teen (Timothée Chalamet) who, while vacationing with his academic parents in Italy, falls into an unexpected romance with an older man (Armie Hammer).
This 5-foot-10-inch old man fit in just fine, but the padding itself made me a little weepy.
One night, when the store was empty and quiet, an older man with a mustache and a bulky jacket stumbled in, rested his whiskey bottle on a shelf, stared at me (10 feet away behind the register), unzipped his pants, and started jerking off.
The Republican Party has become a dysfunctional family: its members forever currying favor with the old man, enabling his vices and denying his transgressions.
Authorities say three men in their 20s and one older man went into the store.
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OLD MAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of old man for English Language Learners
: someone's husband or boyfriend
: someone's father
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