Definition of graybeard
: an old man
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Yes, the blue hairs and graybeards had old-school cameras for their audience with the King, perfect for a race car owner who keeps tabs of his meet-and-greets on a paper schedule.
No one is more appreciative of the veteran additions than Saffold, who was the lone graybeard on an impossibly young offensive line the last two years.
While Trump is talking tough for the benefit of his base, his team has been trying to soothe the jittery nerves of Republican establishmentarians and graybeards around town.
The Masters leaderboard this year has a bit of everything: young superstars in their prime, graybeards trying to make one last run at a green jacket, and plucky underdogs who no one expected to be in contention.
The captain of this enterprise is a graybeard named Darcy, played by none other than Patrick Stewart.
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