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  • noun Plural form of elderly.

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Examples

  • 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"?

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  • 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"?

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  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

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