Sentences for Old, Sentences with Old Meaning and Synonym Words

Sentences for Old, Sentences with Old Meaning and Synonym Words



  • Having lived for a long time; no longer young.(adjective)
  • Belonging only or chiefly to the past; former or previous.(adjective)
  • Of a specified age.(adjective)

elderly, mature, aged, older, senior, advanced in years, up in years, getting on, bygone, past, former, olden, of old, remote, previous, early, earlier, earliest,

Example Sentences with old
  • He is much older than Frank.
  • Your old sister seems upset about the announcement.
  • The old man lay down on the bed and closed his eyes.
  • I helped an old lady across.
  • This house is old but solid.
  • I know your older brother quite well.
  • Even though they were millionaires, they drive old cars.
  • I saw an old friend of mine.
  • The old man lived a very humble life.
  • My aunt is older than my mother.
  • All his neighbors helped the old man.
  • Youth is happy because it has the capacity to see beauty. Anyone who keeps the ability to see beauty never grows old.
  • This crooked old man wasn’t actually right what you thought.
  • This old man was not actually right.
  • I was looking at old pictures.
  • My parents’ old school is the biggest in this city.
  • I may be old, however I’m not crazy.
  • Prayer is not an old woman’s idle amusement.
  • Archer! Let us fetch a spot of tea, old boy!
  • Jessica turned her back on the old traditions.