Definition of old-age pensioner in English:

old-age pensioner

Line breaks: old-age pen|sion¦er

noun

British
An old person, especially one receiving an old-age pension.
More example sentences
  • Sir, - I think it is about time some sort of inquiry into the position of the old-age pensioner and the maximum retirement pension should be made.
  • I finally qualify to offer the Guide To Age promised at the top of this column, since I have this week formally achieved the status of an old-age pensioner.
  • In 1972, Sir Francis Chichester, the first old-age pensioner to sail single handed around the world, died.

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