old fellow

noun Chiefly British.

Origin:
1810–20

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Poor old fellow, riven from top to bottom, split j two.
It ain't right, you know, that the old fellow should be kept out of all his money.
The poor old fellow thinks of her and of nothing else.
Long life and a happy one for you and your fair bride, old fellow.
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