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  • n. Plural form of elderly.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • As a side note, and I can't believe this escaped the crowd on here, but referring to a group of old people as "elderlies"? News

  • But you're right bro, a lot of poor people have TVs and ACs... less than half own homes, by the way, and many of them are cash-poor elderlies.

    Jared Bernstein: Pesky Brother-in-Law, Thanksgiving Edition

  • It's sad to know that it's people out there uninsured, esp. kids and elderlies.

    Poll of Polls: President's approval ratings slip

  • When Jesse was a baby, the looks he got on the street were mostly of the generic admiring baby-cooing types from the tottering elderlies of Hoboken, the same ones who felt perfectly comfortable telling me to put a hat on him because he looked cold, or to adjust his blanket because he looked hot.

    Knowing Jesse

  • They could go to the upper stories and be attended by our own elderlies.


  • Andrew Wood noted in Miami Deco 1 that by the 1970s, these architectural relics had been reduced to flop houses for winos and seedy last chances for elderlies looking for winter warmth.

    Art Deco in Miami Beach

  • Geriatris? stacking increasingly rapid falling elderlies?

    EXTRALIFE – By Scott Johnson - Today’s strip: Elderly Quest

  • We live in a neighbourhood of dignified elderlies, we'll probably get two random children all night -- but everyone needs a pumpkin on Halloween, right?

    blog: Rotten Gourds and a Blue Sweater of Joy

  • Of course it is unfair to the people who lived in these two cities, especially those who were not even engaged in the military industry, who were the ladies, the elderlies, and the children.

    The net effect of Little Boy and Fat Man

  • GRACE: Yes, Susan, I ` m thinking negligent homicide, especially if some jury in a parish down in Louisiana gets wind that these two owners row, row, rowed away, leaving all the elderlies to die in their wheelchair.

    CNN Transcript Sep 12, 2005


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