codgy

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From codger.

Adjective[edit]

codgy (comparative codgier, superlative codgiest)

  1. Old in age or mentality; hoary; stodgy.
    • 1995, Bob Dole, speech in Los Angeles, California on 31 May 1995 (transcript from The American Presidency Project):
      My voice and the rising voices of millions of other Americans who share this view represent more than the codgy old attempt of one generation to steal the fun of another.
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