patriarchal, old folk, of age, elder, unyoung, cured, remote, Methuselah, oldster, ripened, centenarian, the aged, sr., senescent, older, hoary, senile, time-honored, new, pensioner, decrepit, over-the-hill, fourth-year, time-worn, nonagenarian, the old, long-lived, gray, advanced, the elderly, olden, senior, immemorial
aged (part of speech: adjective)
old (part of speech: adjective)
oldly (part of speech: adverb)
aging (part of speech: verb)
- But now the old story begins again- that of the elderly husband and the young wife. - "A Handbook to the Works of Browning (6th ed.)", Mrs. Sutherland Orr.
- For " teachers" Mary had selected a number of elderly men whom she had picked for their quiet voices and obvious good nature. - "Mary Minds Her Business", George Weston.
- An elderly Gipsy, during the course of a family difficulty, declared to his sister that he would leave the house. - "The English Gipsies and Their Language", Charles G. Leland.