Definition of old identity in English:

old identity

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noun

Australian/NZ
A person long resident or well known in a place.
More example sentences
  • He was an old identity, but he never sort of flaunted himself in any way, he was just a quiet man who didn't have many needs, and he lived his life very quietly.

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