Definition of Geezers

1. Noun. (plural of geezer) ¹



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Definition of Geezers

1. geezer [n] - See also: geezer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Geezers

geepound
geepounds
geeps
geerite
gees
geese
geest
geests
geet
geez
geez Louise
geezer
geezerdom
geezerhood
geezerly
geezers (current term)
geezery
gefarnate
geffroyite
gefilte fish
gefitinib
gefuffle
gefuffled
gefuffles
geg
gegenhalten
gegenion
gegenions
gegenschein
gegenscheins

Literary usage of Geezers

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1. Handset Reminiscences: Recollections of an Old-time Printer and Journalist by Jared Benedict Graham (1915)
""Hello, Bill, what are you geezers a doin' here, this time o'night? ... we'd like, to know what the h—11 you geezers are here fer. ..."

2. The truth about the stage by Corin (1885)
"If we wake up the old geezers, we shall get notice to quit without compensation. ... In the right-hand division lay the two old geezers, as Sandy styled the ..."

3. Cooking with the Baker Street Bunchby Michael W. Paulson by Michael W. Paulson (2006)
""We are in disguise," Elizabeth explained. "As what?" Whitney asked. "geezers who check bad air," Breanna replied. "You are awful short for geezers," ..."

4. Maggie's Too by Paul E. Furdon (2001)
"They had a board meeting last week and one of the members said that health clubs are a poor investment because they cater to fat old geezers and anorectic ..."

5. Future of Social Security for This Generation and the Next: Current State of edited by Jim Bunning (1997)
"I'm here to report that this message is being understood by those so-called "greedy geezers," who in fact are willing to sacrifice if that sacrifice is ..."

6. Longer Plays by Modern Authors [American] by Helen Louise Cohen (1922)
"Only two old geezers in their dotage—ignorant and primitive. One of them just turned loose from jail. Why care about them? MADELINE [shakes head]. ..."

7. Ann Arbor Tales by Karl Edwin Harriman (1902)
""I'm goin' to get next to-night," he said. " There's always more or less geezers hangin' round the hotel in a college town, and I'll do a little pumpin'. ..."

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