Common misspellings for old:
owould, golld, onlty, foold, onlder, aldut, oldes, toald, oud, alude, orld, aplid, olite, olk, fould, itold, oogled, oldet, ole, chold, ols, olny, gld, holdy, oli, pold, iwould, ashould, oln, oould, wuold, soold, ou'll, bould, elord, hld, foild, ond, bolld, arldey, alfed, told, cold, olide, wolde, odl, oculd, youlld, oltar, uwould, hiold, lould, ild, tiold, goold, ouwld, golod, olf, anold, oldrer, lod, sould, oldly, ouloud, tould, qorld, alday, auloud, yold, aduld, youl'd, owlrd, achild, dould, hould, holid, oid, ulled, bld, wporld, alued, alode, ucould, olate, otld, thould, olde, oliy, molld, wrold, sldo, ald, owdl, tld, voild, gold, oldeer, ord, oly, aload, oulet, onlt, olkder, abould, shold, oudio, uload, owd, alaud, toold, uoload, osld, ehld, aarnold, ewould, ol, yould, oilder, cihld, icould, eould, kould, wpould, eworld, ok'd, arould, oldy, tolid, ood, eshould, siold, ishould, oloked, ola, ssold, ouln't, ttold, opload, olli, holod, thold, oldenough, tooold, wolud, alowd, atloud, nold, roald, kold, olook, hoold, ahould, illed, ulduar, vorld, eloda, ciould, holld, ownwd, ocd, wrlod, sld, holda, oleder, choild, owuld, ogod, oldr, aold, aldou, vold, whold, eldly, oldre, alould, aould, yeald, esold, qould, poold, oudl, oad, avoild, onload, fold, orlder, pld, oliday, aldeay, souuld, reold, fld, alied, allday, alida, oltl, hoild, ehold, olded, theold, ld, alkd, oldder, acould, iould, suold, oldar, issold, lold, olt, llold, aholed, waold, boold, elled, toild, ould, voled, acold, alnd, wpold, jold, ecould, oland, bowld, vuld, asloud, olredy, arnorld, vould, olnyt, oldery, rold, elead, haold, coyld, tolad, olda, ciuld, aholiday, oild, arnild, oold, dold, oligo, wld, ou'd, oulled, rould, sold, allod, eld, tolld, siolid, rolld, olved, oll, rolde, upolad, olr, toldd, onld, cld, eylid, boald, olid, io'll, xould, teold, owrld, ocould, olled, awould, od, owrd, uld, tolda, alrdy, ocde, oed, eldar, ealed, holdd, howld, i'ld, l'd, kld, 4ld, iloyd, olg, olph, 4od, oldd, ofd, eold, iold, o1d, olc, olld, opld, eolder, oldaham, o'le, uhold, altid, w0rld, wlould, wyould, you'ld, 0ld, 9ld, okd, opd, okld, 0old, o0ld, 9old, o9ld, olkd, olpd, olod, olxd, oldx, oldc, olfd, oldf, o ld, ol d.
Definition of old:
- Continued in life; advanced in the course of existence; having a certain length of existence; -- designating the age of a person or thing; as, an infant a few hours old; a cathedral centuries old.
- Aged; antiquated; hence, wanting in the mental vigor or other qualities belonging to youth; -- used disparagingly as a term of reproach.
- Not young; advanced far in years or life; having lived till toward the end of the ordinary term of living; as, an old man; an old age; an old horse; an old tree.
- Not new or fresh; not recently made or produced; having existed for a long time; as, old wine; an old friendship.
- Formerly existing; ancient; not modern; preceding; original; as, an old law; an old custom; an old promise.
- Long practiced; hence, skilled; experienced; cunning; as, an old offender; old in vice.
- Long cultivated; as, an old farm; old land, as opposed to new land, that is, to land lately cleared.
- Worn out; weakened or exhausted by use; past usefulness; as, old shoes; old clothes.
- More than enough; abundant.
- Old- fashioned; wonted; customary; as of old; as, the good old times; hence, colloquially, gay; jolly.
- Used colloquially as a term of cordiality and familiarity.
- Continued in life; advanced in the course of existence; having ( a certain) length of existence; - designating the age of a person or thing; as, an infant a few hours old; a cathedral centuries old.
- Aged; antiquated; hence, wanting in the mental vigor or other qualities belonging to youth; - used disparagingly as a term of reproach.
- past times ( especially in the phrase ` in days of old')
- Former times; as, in days of old.
- used informally especially for emphasis; " a real honest- to- god live cowboy"; " had us a high old time"; " went upriver to look at a sure- enough fish wheel"
- just preceding something else in time or order; " the previous owner"; " my old house was larger"
- ( linguistics) of a very early stage in development; " Old English is also called Anglo Saxon"; " Old High German is High German from the middle of the 9th to the end of the 11th century"
- old in experience; " an old offender"; " the older soldiers"
- of long duration; not new; " old tradition"; " old house"; " old wine"; " old country"; " old friendships"; " old money"
- ( used especially of persons) having lived for a relatively long time or attained a specific age; especially not young; often used as a combining form to indicate an age as specified as in ` a week- old baby'; " an old man's eagle mind"-- William Butler Yeats; " his mother is very old"; " a ripe old age"; " how old are you?"
- ( used for emphasis) very familiar; " good old boy"; " same old story"
- of a very early stage in development; " Old English is also called Anglo Saxon"; " Old High German is High German from the middle of the 9th to the end of the 11th century"
- Having existed or lived many years; aged; as, an old oak; having an appearance of age; as, an old face; having reached a certain age; as, twenty- one years old; ancient; out of date; as, old customs; old coins; long used; not new; as, old shoes; long practiced; as, old habits; belonging to the past; as, one's old home; long experienced; as, he is an old hand at that work.
- Advanced in years: having been long in existence: decayed by time: out of date: ancient: having the age or duration of: long practiced.
- Aged; that has existed long; ancient; out of date.
- Having a great age; having some specified age; aged.
- Familiar, customary.
- Advanced in age; decayed by time; existing long; not new or fresh; ancient; of any duration whatever; previous; long practised; cultivated for long; more than enough; crafty. Old age, advanced years. Old- clothesman, a dealer in old clothes. Old- fashioned, long out of fashion. Old- gentleman, the evil one. Old- maid, an unmarried female somewhat advanced in years. Old red sandstone, a series of red sandstone rocks lying below the coal formation. Old style. Old Testament, that part of the Bible which contains the canonical books written previous to Christ. Old Tom, a sort of strong gin. Old- wife, a prating old woman; a man like an old woman in his habits.
- Far advanced in years; aged; used of any length of time, as, How old is he? he is two years old; decayed or injured by time or long use; out of date; not new or fresh.