codger codger

Definition(s):

  • (n) used affectionately to refer to an eccentric but amusing old man

News

  • Monsters, Ghouls and Zombies, Oh My

    So how old was ET really? Anyone who attends the Pageant of the Monsters staged this year by the same creative crew that puts on the “Pageant of the Masters” might just find out whether the lovable alien has remained a kid or died a codger. An alien autopsy is among the anticipated ghoulish pageant […] The post Monsters, Ghouls and Zombies, Oh My appeared first on Laguna Beach Independent ...
    on October 25, 2013     Source: The Laguna Beach Independent

Quotes

  1. "I know why he's here, he knows why I'm here," Riley said Friday night. "I just want him to experience a championship. These guys that haven't done it, that would be the greatest gift for me. It would. I'm just an old codger now. I mean it....
    on Jun 3, 2006 By: Pat Riley Source: New York Times

  2. Still physically active, Smith says that except for a sore neck he feels good for "an old codger" whose 160-pound frame took a pounding for the sake of the cinematic arts.
    on Nov 22, 2008 By: Dean Smith Source: Fort Worth Star Telegram

  3. Though McCain looks less like the Republican rebel defying party orthodoxy than he did when he ran in 2000, Chait writes, "somehow, I still feel some pangs of affinity for the old codger. Where Bush is peevish, entitled, and insecure, McCain's...
    on Jul 17, 2008 By: Jonathan Chait Source: Wall Street Journal Blogs (blog)

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