He's a queer old codger.
"A Son Of The Sun" by Jack London
Oh, well, no matter, old codger!
"The Wind Bloweth" by Brian Oswald Donn-Byrne
We have all seen these old codgers who have retired.
"Dollars and Sense" by Col. Wm. C. Hunter
I did when I was little codger.
"The Story of Young Abraham Lincoln" by Wayne Whipple
The scenario bug has certainly bit that old codger.
"Ruth Fielding Down East" by Alice B. Emerson
He's a knowin' codger your dad is, Ziza.
"Fighting the Flames" by R.M. Ballantyne
I ran across an old codger at the Press Club once who was with Dewey at Manila.
"The Best Short Stories of 1919" by Various
Skipper John Blue was a hearty old codger.
"Harbor Tales Down North" by Norman Duncan
We haven't enough to go a tenth of the way round; but I couldn't refuse that codger.
"Deerfoot in The Mountains" by Edward S. Ellis
Wurzelmann laughed, and said he had never seen such a queer codger in all his life.
"The Goose Man" by Jacob Wassermann
Thinks Abey, t' owd codger 'll niver smoke t' trick,
I'll swop wi' him my poor deead horse for his wick,
An' if Tommy I nobbut can happen to trap,
'T will be a fine feather i' Abraham cap!
"The Yorkshire Horse Dealers" by Anonymous British
Matt Bondurant gives feisty ol' bootlegging codgers cred again with the book, The Wettest County in the World.
Codger , crank or more.
David Frum says there's more to Ron Paul than the image he projects of being a codger willing to speak out candidly.
Carroll Gardens codger finds a home.
Courtier, Codger , Con Man: Rembrandt the Rubber-Faced Role Player.
Courtier, Codger, Con Man : Rembrandt the Rubber-Faced Role Player.
Courtier , Codger, Con Man: Rembrandt the Rubber-Faced Role Player.
Woes of the Old Codger Hunting and Fishing Club.
The co-founders of the Old Codger Hunting and Fishing Club opened the 2012 muzzleloader deer season in a blind panic.
Courtier, Codger, Con Man: Rembrandt the Rubber-Faced Role Player .
The difference is that while the 60 Minutes codger drives you to reach for the clicker, Vowell's distinct, high-pitched grade-school voice—familiar to many from NPR's This American Life —soon softens in your ear.
I'm a codger and I know it.
Not because he's a codger.
You play one fucking halfwit gangster, and you get typecast as dorks and codgers forever.
Two old codgers decided to make a trip to California.