Codger [noun]

Definition of Codger:

elderly person

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Sentence/Example of Codger:

Down to the right—that comical little codger in the checked suit.

“More easily said than done, old codger,” hiccoughed Robson, essaying to get across the back of a restive mule.

She had often noted an old codger whose place backed up on hers, but had never held any converse with him.

Now, I should admire to know how long that old codger's going to live; he must be as old as Methuselah's cat by this time.

They supposing him to be some old "codger," thought they would have a little fun with him.

In the novels the mate was usually a bluff, fatherly old codger who sung out “Heave away, my lads!”

I'm an old codger, sir, but I'm worth—a dozen o' you—spindle-legged chaps; dum me if I ain't, sir!

A crusty old codger, sitting near by, seemed disturbed; at least, he stared in a most pointed way.

He's a stiff old codger, but nobody c'n say anything ag'in 'im!

What an old codger he was though, and how like a savage he lived here.