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  • Another day older and deeper in debt
  • Any old how
  • Arsenic And Old Lace ( Cary Grant movie )
  • As old as Methuselah ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • As old as the hills ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • As tough as old boots
  • Awkward age
  • Been around the block a few times
  • Behind the times
  • Boring old fart
  • Busy old fool, unruly sun ( from a poem by John Donne )
  • Chip off the old block ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Coffin dodger
  • Come of age
  • Darby and Joan ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Dirty old man
  • Dog's age
  • Don't put new wine into old bottles
  • Extinct is forever ( Friends of Animals advertising slogan )
  • Feel your age
  • For old times' sake
  • Geezer gap
  • Getting on in years
  • Give it the old college try
  • Golden age
  • Good old boys
  • Good old times
  • Grand old man
  • Granny dumping
  • Granny farming
  • Granny flat
  • Granny, what big teeth you have got
  • Grumpy Old Men ( Jack Lemmon / Walter Matthau movie )
  • Had a good innings
  • Hand me downs
  • High old time
  • I grow old, I grow old, I shall wear the bottoms of my trousers rolled ( from a poem by Eliot )
  • If you can't explain it to a six year old, you don't understand it yourself ( Albert Einstein quotation )
  • In a coon's age
  • In days of old when knights were bold
  • In this day and age
  • It's raining, it's pouring, the old man is snoring
  • Knocking on
  • La Belle Epoque ( the golden age or beautiful era preceding the First World War )
  • Lady of a certain age
  • Long in the tooth
  • Make old bones
  • Mental age
  • Money for old rope
  • Monstrous carbuncle on the face of an old friend ( Prince Charles quotation )
  • Mrs. Mop ( traditional English name for a cleaning woman )
  • My old Dutch ( Cockney rhyming slang for duchess )
  • My old china ( Cockney rhyming slang for mate )
  • My old man
  • New age travellers
  • New wine in old bottles
  • No spring chicken
  • Not a cough in a carload ( Old Gold Cigarettes advertising slogan )
  • Not long for this world
  • Not so young as you were
  • Old Aches and Pains ( Nickname of Luke Appling )
  • Old Blue Eyes ( Nickname of Frank Sinatra )
  • Old Hickory ( Nickname of Andrew Jackson )
  • Old Hunker
  • Old King Cole was a merry old soul, and a merry old soul was he ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • Old Mother Hubbard went to the cupboard to get her poor doggie a bone ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • Old Red Eyes ( Nickname of Alice Cooper )
  • Old Stoneface ( Nickname of Buster Keaton )
  • Old banger
  • Old before your time
  • Old chestnut
  • Old codger
  • Old enough to be your mother
  • Old fashioned look
  • Old fogey
  • Old goat
  • Old habits die hard
  • Old hat
  • Old head on young shoulders
  • Old lag
  • Old lang syne
  • Old maid
  • Old master
  • Old money
  • Old reliable
  • Old salt
  • Old school
  • Old school tie
  • Old soak
  • Old soldiers never die, they just fade away
  • Old stand-by
  • Old sweat
  • Old trout
  • Old wives' tale
  • Olde worlde
  • Older and wiser
  • One foot in the grave
  • Out of date
  • Out of the Ark
  • Out with the old in with the new
  • Over the hill
  • Past it
  • Past its sell-by date
  • Play the old soldier
  • Ring out the old and ring in the new
  • Rust bucket
  • Same old same old
  • Same old story
  • Seen better days
  • Should old acquaintance be forgot
  • Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue
  • The Adventure of Shoscombe Old Place ( Sherlock Holmes story )
  • The Age Of Reason ( Jean Paul Sartre book )
  • The Age of Reason
  • The Chrysanthemum Throne ( the traditional term for the reign of the Emperor of Japan )
  • The Grand old Duke of York he had ten thousand men ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • The Old Bill
  • The Old Groaner ( Nickname of Bing Crosby )
  • The Old Lady of Threadneedle Street ( Nickname of The Bank of England )
  • The Old Man And The Sea ( Spencer Tracy movie )
  • The Old Mongoose ( Nickname of Archie Moore )
  • The Old Pretender ( Nickname of James Stuart )
  • The Old Pueblo ( Nickname of Tucson Arizona )
  • The Same Old Song ( Four Tops song )
  • The Sash My Father Wore ( Irish traditional song )
  • The Space Age
  • The age of miracles is past
  • The ancient of days
  • The days of yore
  • The evening of your days
  • The good old days
  • The mark of a man ( Old Spice aftershave advertising slogan )
  • The old ball and chain
  • The old country
  • The old lie: Dulce et Decorum Est ( from a poem by Owen )
  • The old-fashioned way
  • The third age
  • The thrill of Roses Spiced with excitement Speaking of love ( Old Spice advertising slogan )
  • There was an old woman who lived in a shoe ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • There's life in the old dog yet
  • There's many a good tune played on an old fiddle
  • There's many a good tune played on an old piano
  • There's no fool like an old fool
  • This is the age of the train ( British Rail advertising slogan )
  • Under age
  • Up to your old tricks
  • We make money the old fashioned way, we earn it ( Smith Barney advertising slogan )
  • We're tobacco men not medicine men. Old Gold cures just one thing. The World's Best Tobacco ( Old Gold Cigarettes advertising slogan )
  • When I am an old woman I shall wear purple ( from a poem by Joseph )
  • When I'm Sixty-Four ( The Beatles song )
  • Winter drawers on ( old British euphemistic joke )
  • You are never too old to learn
  • You can't teach an old dog new tricks
  • You dirty old man ( A catchphrase from Steptoe and Son )
  • You've made an old man very happy
  • Your friend in the digital age ( COX Communications advertising slogan )

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