geezer

noun
gee·​zer | \ˈgē-zər \

Definition of geezer 

US, humorous or mildly disparaging

: a queer, odd, or eccentric person used especially of elderly men

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Other Words from geezer

geezerhood \ˈgē-​zər-​ˌhu̇d \ noun, informal, chiefly US

Examples of geezer in a Sentence

a group of old geezers playing cards Some geezer asked me for a light.

First Known Use of geezer

1884, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for geezer

probably alteration of Scots guiser one in disguise

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geezer

noun

English Language Learners Definition of geezer

: an old man

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