Oldster



[ohld-ster] /ˈoʊld stər/

noun
1.
an old or elderly person.
2.
(in the British navy) a midshipman of four years’ standing.
/ˈəʊldstə/
noun
1.
(informal) an older person
2.
(Brit, navy) a person who has been a midshipman for four years
n.

1818, colloquial, from old + -ster, on analogy of youngster.

noun

An older person, as opposed to a youngster: We oldsters can beat you (1848+)

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