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Things elderly often describes (“elderly ________”)
people, patients, man, woman, persons, women, person, men, patient, population, lady, gentleman, subjects, parents, couple, individuals, ladies, residents, adults, clients, members, relatives, gentlemen, mother, americans, individual, widow, parent, client, relative, males, couples, populations, citizens, father, living, friend, females, households, widows, female, member, aunt, poor, male, husband, blacks, victims, neighbor, priest, spinster, immigrants, resident, jews, servant, farmer, officer, drivers, respondents, tenants, doctor, housing, sisters, participants, folk, volunteers, homeowners, wife, maid, sample, professor, diabetics, outpatients, live, informants, mothers, uncle, cousin, abuse, humans, grandmother, teacher, sister, clergyman, inpatients, widower, monk, jew, whites

Descriptive words:
non, hispanic, impaired, near, frail, very, well, rural, speaking, ethnic, brazilian, risk, dwelling, institutionalized, ist, the, income, threatened, disabled, american, active

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See elderly used in context: 3 rhymes, several books and articles.

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