golden-ager

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golden-ager

euphemism Someone who is elderly, often a retiree. I plan to live somewhere warm by the time I'm a golden-ager.

golden-ager

n. an old person; a senior citizen. When I’m a golden-ager, I’m going to have a part-time job.
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Commenters said the golden ager hand cuffs rule also could cause problems if a carrier stopped selling the employer's policy, or if a carrier had administrative reasons to reissue an employer's policy.
2) The Golden Ager eagerly awaits the morning newspaper.
5) The Golden Ager finds his or her restful slumber is often interrupted by necessary trips to the bathroom.
7) The Golden Ager finds that sleep overtakes him or her quite often, both during the day and during the night.
8) The Golden Ager has given up watching beauty contests on television.
14) The eyesight of the Golden Ager may be fading somewhat, just as he wants to read more and more to occupy his time.
17) The Golden Ager holds steadfastly to the few friends he has left.
She was also a member of the Golden Agers, Senior Citizens, and a former Lioness with the Burlington Lions Club.
And before the Golden Agers complain, I am 75 years old - one of you!
His favorite past-times were playing cards with his family, reading, crossword puzzles, bus trips with the Golden Agers, serving as the Commander of Post 404, and he was an avid sports fan.
"It made me real sick," he said as he played a video game at the Golden Agers Senior Activity Center.
In her later years, she was a member of the Barre Historical Society, the Barre Arts Council, the Red Hat Society and the Golden Agers. She also enjoyed the many events offered through the Barre Senior Center and shared her own enthusiasm for the arts as a volunteer painting instructor at the Center.