Definition of Octogenarians

1. Noun. (plural of octogenarian) ¹



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Definition of Octogenarians

1. octogenarian [n] - See also: octogenarian

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Octogenarians

octocorals
octocrylene
octodecillion
octodecillions
octodecimo
octodecimos
octodentate
octodont
octodonts
octodrine
octoedrical
octofid
octogamy
octogen
octogenarian
octogenarians (current term)
octogenary
octogonal
octogynia
octogynous
octoic
octolocular
octology
octomino
octominoes
octonaphthene
octonaphthenes
octonaries
octonary
octonion

Literary usage of Octogenarians

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1. Historical Records of New South Wales by Frank Murcott Bladen, New South Wales (1896)
"cargoes of prostrate invalids or decrepit octogenarians. This, however, was not his only incubus. We find him informing Under-Secretary King, ..."

2. My Story of the War: A Woman's Narrative of Four Years Personal Experience by Mary Ashton Rice Livermore (1890)
"... Gift — Donation of octogenarians — Mite of the German Woman — The Luck of the Chickamauga Soldier — Major-General Herron of Iowa In the Fair — Letters ..."

3. Historical Records of New South Wales by New South Wales (1896)
"cargoes of prostrate invalids or decrepit octogenarians. This, however, was not his only incubus. ..."

4. A Cyclopedia of the Literature of Amateur Journalism by Truman J. Spencer (1891)
""The arrivals for the last three days have all been octogenarians and servants. ... "More octogenarians and more servants!" exclaims Cornelia as perhaps a ..."

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