greyhead

greyhead

(ˌɡreɪˈhɛd) or

grayhead

n
a person with grey hair
References in classic literature ?
She drifted out of hearing while the greyhead yelled something about a dance at the Bay of Bulls and a dead man in the fo'c'sle.
Is this decent, pup, when greyheads are counselling together, to break in upon their discourse with the whinings of a hound
Paul Greyhead An unfortunate situation that requires some common sense.
The stations, aimed at the 25-44 age group, will be the younger market equivalent of the East and West Midlands greyhead radio Saga franchise.
In 'Ambulando' Brasch noted that 'the young with interest no longer/ Look on me as one of themselves/Whom they might wish to know or to touch/Seeing merely another sapless greyhead .
What you said: Paul Greyhead said: "In future criminals should only strike at off peak times
Paul coyly asks him tonight, but thankfully we're spared Grayson's detailed answer as Paul skips off to set the date of his wedding to Greyhead Jonny instead.
A departure in the year was Peter Tomlinson, who stepped down after three years as managing director of greyhead radio station Saga.
It's warm enough for the gaggle of hungry greyheads in open-necked shirts and shorts to linger over expansive plates on a pavement boulevard overlooking the pristine Levante Beach.
Four of us greyheads sit at the front and try to remain impassive for the duration of each of seven 40 minute shows: we are part of the audience too, but our moment will come a day later when we are supposed to single out the winner.
Politicians will tremble in their beds, As these old Greyheads,if properly led, Will make smug MPs cringe and toe the line.
The cynics may say the band's best years are behind them, that they're playing for the dosh, that they're a load of greyheads who should stay at home with the slippers and pipe.