The hoary-headed sage said that the Good Hunter could not be restored until his scalp was found.
This was Calcraft, the hangman, hoary-headed and tottering and utterly past his work.
The tops of peaks, actually their newest feature, were hoary-headed to them.
It was opened by a hoary-headed servant, of a hale and cheerful aspect.
Sentinel peaks, capped with the eternal snows, stand like hoary-headed giants.
It was the hoary-headed pundit who made this charming observation.
The poem was originally intended to end here, the introduction of "the hoary-headed swain" being a happy after-thought.
I asked of the hoary-headed son of Erin who tended the place and raked in the shekels.
And they beheld the hoary-headed man beside the pillar, in the ivory chair, carving chessmen.
And he went and seated himself on the other side of the hoary-headed man.