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Things old often describes (“old ________”)
man, woman, age, friend, lady, days, men, friends, house, boy, gentleman, ones, girl, women, fellow, order, story, school, church, town, home, building, son, houses, child, city, daughter, regime, buildings, tradition, road, books, trees, soldier, ladies, tree, mother, timers, style, clothes, habits, maid, acquaintance, male, king, father, custom, traditions, masters, master, chap, self, folks, one, chief, song, adage, saying, horse, servant, boys, castle, dog, customs, fool, female, guard, religion, patient, songs, proverb, walls, priest, stories, table

How old often is described (“________ old”)
year, three, two, very, month, six, oldest, how, eight, five, ten, fourteen, damn, four, day, nine, half, twelve, poor, plain, fifteen, twenty, testament, thirteen, seven, pre, eleven, one, battered, sixteen, forty, rocky, post, grown, dear, thousand, hundred, thirty, some, non, fifty, fortnight, million, seventeen, eighteen, seventy, sixty, tear, pompous, terrible, anti, eighty, latin, century, dreadful, spirituality, darn, adjective, part


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See old used in context: 100 poetry verses, 321 Shakespeare works, 7 quotations, 42 Mother Goose rhymes, 232 Bible passages, 1506 definitions

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