Bell and Toots arrive next week, and the codger at some time known to himself.
Then the “codger” limped to the street and Ephraim looked after him curiously.
It was codger's function to teach me philosophy, philosophy!
They supposing him to be some old "codger," thought they would have a little fun with him.
An old man, esp an eccentric one •Usu with old: Look at those happy codgers on the shuffleboard court
[1756+; probably fr cadger, ''moocher, wheedling beggar'']