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Definition of "oldsters" []

  • An older person (noun)
  • A person who has been a midshipman for four years (noun)
  • Plural form of oldster. (noun)

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Use "oldsters" in a sentence
  • "A factor that goes against modern players totals and aids the oldsters is the modern rotation."
  • "The preceding June had seen the graduation of the last class of "oldsters" -- of those who, after five years at sea, had spent the sixth at the Academy, subjected formally to its discipline and methods."
  • "So, I wondered why these "oldsters" were singing in the beginning of Act Two."