President Obama is an old hand at absorbing attacks from his left flank.
Jane Lynch is an old hand at award show speeches, having nabbed an Emmy in August.
The author of such a novel, if not an old hand, should give us something better and stronger ere long.
He is an old hand, who knows the market and frankly manufactures for it.
This fellow was recognised by the detectives at Fremantle and was pronounced to be an old hand.
It was an old hand, delicately white, with large finger-joints.
Then his mother went behind him, laid a hard, old hand on each shoulder, and shook him.
I'm an old hand, and I don't want to be found out in a mistake.'
Captain Fraser's Khansama was an old hand at his business, but somehow he made a mess of things.
Inscribed in old hand by Johannes Baptista Bassus on the title.
An experienced person; a seasoned veteran: She's an old hand at these diplomatic remedies (1785+)