Word "OLDER" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Adjective
Definition:
skilled through long experience
Synonyms:
old
Examples:
the older soldiers

Part of Speech:
Adjective
Definition:
used of the older of two persons of the same name especially used to distinguish a father from his son
Synonyms:
elder, sr.

Part of Speech:
Adjective
Definition:
advanced in years; (`aged' is pronounced as two syllables)
Synonyms:
aged, elderly, senior

Crossword Clues for OLDER

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Wiser partner Eugene Sheffer 07 Jun 2022
Senior Wall Street Journal 01 Jun 2022
More mature Thomas Joseph 11 May 2022
From an earlier time Newsday 14 Apr 2022
More senior Universal 18 Mar 2022
Like Barbara Bush, vis-à-vis Jenna The Washington Post 18 Feb 2022
Like Barbara Bush, vis-à-vis Jenna LA Times Daily 18 Feb 2022
More mature Thomas Joseph 17 Jan 2022
___ and wiser Universal 29 Nov 2021
Like Biden, vis-a-vis Harris Universal 14 Oct 2021
___ and wiser Universal 04 Oct 2021
More senior The Times Concise 16 Sep 2021
Going further back Newsday 08 Aug 2021
Senior bowled Henry out regularly The Telegraph Toughie 04 Aug 2021
Not as recent USA Today 20 Jul 2021
More advanced in years Irish Times Simplex 13 Jul 2021
'We don't get ___, we just get riper': Picasso The Washington Post Sunday 11 Jul 2021
Not as naive, say Wall Street Journal 25 Jun 2021
Having been born earlier The Washington Post Sunday 13 Jun 2021
Wiser's companion Universal 10 Jun 2021
More experienced, perhaps Wall Street Journal 12 May 2021
Senior Wall Street Journal 12 Apr 2021
Of earlier vintage Universal 21 Mar 2021
Farther along Jonesin 09 Mar 2021
Like millennials vis-a-vis Gen Z USA Today 28 Dec 2020
More mature Thomas Joseph 05 Dec 2020
Not as up-to-date Newsday 22 Nov 2020
More advanced in years Irish Times Simplex 20 Oct 2020
___ and wiser New York Times 14 Oct 2020
From an earlier time Universal 28 Sep 2020
Further on in years USA Today 05 Sep 2020
More outdated Universal 02 Sep 2020
More mature, perhaps Universal 23 Jul 2020
'___ Than America' USA Today 20 Jun 2020
Having been around longer USA Today 16 Jun 2020
Like a big sister Universal 22 Mar 2020
More aged Irish Times Simplex 21 Mar 2020
Like birthday celebrants Jonesin 17 Mar 2020
More aged The Times Concise 12 Mar 2020
Not as recent Newsday 21 Oct 2019
More mature Premier Sunday 08 Sep 2019
Born first Newsday 17 Jul 2019
Like a big brother USA Today 07 Jul 2019
More mature The Washington Post 09 Jun 2019
More mature LA Times Daily 09 Jun 2019
More mature The Sun Two Speed 08 Mar 2019
Earlier part in Liverpool derby The Sun Two Speed 08 Mar 2019
Having seniority Wall Street Journal 05 Feb 2019
Not as current LA Times Daily 10 Jan 2019
Not as current The Washington Post 10 Jan 2019
Having seniority
Not as current
More mature
Like a big brother
More mature Newsday 30 Sep 2018
Not as fresh Newsday 28 Sep 2018
What you get, with time New York Times 16 Aug 2018
Living more years? Universal 16 Jul 2018
More mature Eugene Sheffer 15 Jun 2018
Not so new Newsday 28 May 2018
Of greater age (O, not E) The Times Concise 02 Mar 2018
More antique Newsday 27 Feb 2018
More 7-Down Universal 08 Feb 2018
What you get, with time
Living more years?
More 7-Down
Like a big brother
More advanced in years Universal 12 Dec 2017
Smarter now, perhaps Newsday 30 Nov 2017
Further along in life USA Today 06 Nov 2017
More aged Universal 03 Oct 2017
Senior Thomas Joseph 05 Jul 2017
More mature The Times Concise 01 Jun 2017
Born earlier Newsday 01 May 2017
Companion of wiser USA Today 29 Mar 2017
Less young Premier Sunday 08 Jan 2017
More aged
___ and wiser
Further along in life
More advanced in years
From an earlier time LA Times Daily 29 Dec 2016
Of earlier vintage USA Today 28 Oct 2016
More seasoned The Washington Post 17 Aug 2016
Like 10-Down vis-à-vis any other senator in history New York Times 16 Aug 2016
Not as fresh USA Today 10 Aug 2016
With more 'years young' Jonesin 19 Jul 2016
Partner of wiser Universal 14 Jul 2016
Of greater age The Times Concise 30 Jun 2016
Word at the bottom of a blog page New York Times 20 Apr 2016
and wiser Eugene Sheffer 13 Feb 2016
From an earlier time
Partner of wiser
Not as fresh
Like 10-Down vis-à-vis any other senator in history
Longer in the tooth The Washington Post 12 Nov 2015
Less recent Eugene Sheffer 07 Nov 2015
Grayer, perhaps Family Time 11 Oct 2015
Like some siblings Jonesin 07 Jul 2015
Like Venus, to Serena LA Times Daily 01 Jul 2015
Less fresh Newsday 05 Jun 2015
You today, compared to yesterday USA Today 02 Jun 2015
Not as young Premier Sunday 12 Apr 2015
Advanced in years (but wiser?) The Guardian Quick 17 Jan 2015
Born earlier New York Times 13 Jan 2015
Wiser companion
Not as young
Less fresh
You today, compared to yesterday
Like mentors, generally
Wiser's partner
Born earlier
Not as up-to-date
Like Venus, to Serena
Longer in the tooth
Senior
Not as new
More senior
Wiser companion
Something you get on your birthday
Wiser's companion
Like the better sister (take that, Lindsay Lucido!)
More familiar, joke-wise
Been around longer
More mature
Not as trendy
Born first
Wiser, perhaps
Wiser partner
More mellow, as wine
Like a big sister
Wiser partner?
Like Bart, vis- -vis Lisa
Born earlier
Like George W. vis-à-vis Jeb Bush
Like a big brother
Senior
What Colbie Caillat gets, as time goes on?
More advanced?
Less likely to be carded, say
__ but wiser
__ but wiser
Like mentors vis- -vis mentees, usually
What you'll be on your next birthday
What you'll be on your next birthday
Rocker hanging on to spotlight, usually
Like mentors vis-à-vis mentees, usually
More timeworn
Grayer, perhaps
Wiser partner
Having gone around the block more
More antiquated
Having more to remember
Wiser, maybe
Been around longer
Having gone around the block more
Not as fresh
What everybody's getting
Like Ashley, relative to Mary-Kate (by seconds)
Established earlier
Something you get on your birthday?
More mature
Grayer, maybe
"Wait till you're ___" (parent's reply)
Senior
___ and wiser
Like 16 vis-à-vis 15, agewise
Not as trendy
"The ___ I get, the better I was"
With more mileage
Like a big brother
More senior
Having seniority
Like a big brother
More familiar, as a joke
More aged
More mature
What you get, with time
Closer to retirement
More experienced, maybe
Like a big sister
Like some siblings
Born earlier (than)
Of earlier vintage
Born earlier
Less fresh
More senior
More established, say
Wiser companion
Wiser partner
Not as new
Wiser, maybe
Wiser's partner
Not so current
More advanced
Born first
Not so current
Been around longer
More advanced, in a way
Not as young
More mature
Born earlier
Born earlier
Born earlier
Like a big brother
Born earlier
What big brothers are
Senior
More archaic
Not as up-to-date
More advanced?
Not as up-to-date
Going further back
Of earlier vintage
More mature
More mature
Like big brothers, say
Wiser partner
Earlier
Closer to retirement
Longer in the tooth
More elderly
More seasoned
Like Wilbur Wright, to Orville
More mature hopefully
Not so new
More mature
"When you get ___..." (parent's reply)
Like Strom, vis-a-vis any other member of congress
Firstborn
Senior
Surpassing in years
Not as fresh
Born before
___ and wiser
More antiquated
Wiser, maybe
Up in years
Wiser's partner
___ but wiser
Not so new
More advanced
More timeworn
Longer in the tooth
More seasoned
"_____ and wiser"
More out-of-date
Plus another birthday candle
Grayer perhaps
Longer in the tooth
Wiser companion
Wiser companion
Senior
On in years
Born earlier (than)
Comparatively antique
Longer in the tooth
More aged
Wiser's companion
"Another year _____..."
Anterior
More antiquated
Further on in years
Born before
More ancient
More venerable
Not so fresh
Wiser partner
Gramps, to Junior
And wiser?
More experienced
"___ men declare war": H. Hoover
How everyone grows
Probably wiser
Less youthful
Senior to
Partner of wiser
See 81 Down
More timeworn
Riper
Dizzy, as to Daffy
More ripe
Less recent
More experienced.
Like some jokes.
Companion of wiser.
Dating further back.
Senior.
More mature.
Of longer standing.
Concomitant of wiser?
More advanced.
Not so modern.
Not so young.
More practiced.
What everyone is getting.
Wiser.
Companion of "wiser.”
Born earlier.
It's sometimes paired with "wiser."
Occasional companion of "wiser."
More skilled.
What we are all growing.
Less fresh.
More experienced, say
Wiser, presumably
More advanced
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