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old-man (plural old-men)
- (nonstandard) Alternative spelling of
old-man (not comparable)
- (Australia) (applied to plants and animals) Of exceptional size or age.
- 1934, Henry G. Lamond, An Aviary On The Plains, page 209:
- Along the banks of the Georgina are alternate patches of old-man scrub and strips of plain country.
- (Australia) (applied to weather) Of exceptional intensity.
- 1900 July 8, The Sunday Times, page 1, column 1:
- They Say: That the wild ducks have tipped an "old man flood."