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fogey

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfogeyfo‧gey, fogy /ˈfəʊɡi $ ˈfoʊ-/ noun (plural fogeys or fogies) [countable]  OLD/NOT YOUNGsomeone who has old-fashioned ideas and does not like change You’re turning into a real old fogey!
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fogeyWas he laughing at the absurd idea of being an old fogey?We didn't mind being old fogey, as long as there was no one there reminding us of the fact.You're showing old fogey potential at a frighteningly young age.So, here are the observations of this old fogey.Old fogey that I am, after that I stayed in the slow lane, poking along at 80 or 90.old fogeyWas he laughing at the absurd idea of being an old fogey?We didn't mind being old fogey, as long as there was no one there reminding us of the fact.You're showing old fogey potential at a frighteningly young age.Don't listen to that old fogey.So, here are the observations of this old fogey.
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