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Synonyms for geezer

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a man who is (usually) old and/or eccentric

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There's this perception that Geezer is flogging us every day of the week or every day of the month, that he's ruthless with lads if they can't make training.
I consider explaining to Old Geezer that I'm less of a working men's club, joke merchant and more an existential character comic that mixes satire with silliness.
A recurring theme continues as part of each morning's "Nooze of the Day from The Geezer Brigade.
For the Yorkshire Cup we are looking at The Geezer and we are also looking at Cherry Mix," said Godolphin racing manager Simon Crisford.
The big twist in Diamond Geezer is that Des himself is, in fact, two characters.
The geezers experienced the Depression and World War II and were more "conventional," with working fa-thers, stay-at-home mothers and widespread prejudice against putting wo-men in upper management.
Olowu, a highly respected men's and women's sportswear designer, has worked for many of the international fashion industry's premium labels such as Hugo Boss, John Richmond, New Balance Japan, Diamond Geezer and Levi's Europe.
BLACK Sabbath legend and Aston Villa fan Geezer Butler hailed DJ Tim Westwood as the club's new boss after confusing him with Tim Sherwood.
New album 13 reunites original members Osbourne, Tony Iommi and Geezer Butler for the first time in 35 years, although they have released other recordings during that time with different personnel.
Three members of the original band, Ozzy Osbourne (vocals), Tony Iommi (guitar) and Geezer Butler (bass) have recorded their first studio album together since 1978's Never Say Die
Well, I was sore tempted to crack open my bottle of Bollinger at the weekend and invite Diamond Geezer around to my humble abode to share a glass or two.
The one who then inexplicably began sporting the same "does his own" hairdo as that bloke you see sitting on the library steps every Tuesday talking politics to a tin of corned beef, and spouting unintelligible things like "Alright geezer, monster monster" in an outrageous Mockney accent.
Richard Kingscote got out quickly on the lead and Julius Geezer was soon trading at single-figure odds, having been a late drifter on Betfair, at a pre-race high of 19.
The 10-11 market leader was always in command and he powered away to beat The Geezer (7-2) by a length in the final Classic of the season.