American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Olds, Ransom Eli 1864-1950. American automobile inventor and manufacturer who founded (1899) the Olds Motor Works, manufacturer of the Oldsmobile.
“Olds is gone now, closed by GM in 2004 after 107 years.”
“My personal favorite use of the Olds is in “Army of Darkness” when it undergoes the transformation from a total wreck to a badass deadite-destroying car-copter.”
“I feel like Sharon Olds is acknowleging that she stereotypes this young man that she does not even know, but the similar privilege that allows her to wear the inherited fur coat in the poem gives her room to make assumptions.”
“Olds is rangemaster of Gunsite Academy in Paulden, Arizona, which covers a couple thousand acres of mile-high desert scrub two hours north of Phoenix.”
“Until now, cars made before the 1959 revolution like his Olds were the only ones legally allowed to be bought or sold in Cuba.”
“The good news was that my Olds was a major gas hog, and weed was expensive, so I actually showed up to work and did what I was told.”
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“I thought I was the only one who referred to old people as "Olds".”
“The clapping of Miss Drexel's hands was the first warning Davies received that the feat was accomplished, and, swinging on to the running board, he found the car backing in the straight-away up the next zigzag and Wemple still chanting ecstatically, Oh, you Merry Olds, you Merry”
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