dirty old man


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Noun1.dirty old man - a middle-aged man with lecherous inclinations
middle-aged man - a man who is roughly between 45 and 65 years old

dirty old man

noun
Informal. An immoral or licentious man:
Slang: lech.
References in classic literature ?
"There's a dirty old man described in this book that is a little like me." He held up his French novel.
But she said during a conversation they had when they were both about 16, "she described him as a dirty old man".
The accusations made me out to look like a dirty old man."
To confirm that my joke was in bad taste, she hissed under her breath, "dirty old man."
*10 Which dirty old man comedy actor played Paul's grandfather in The Beatles' A Hard Day's Night film?
Surely I should be at home with my child singing songs about farmyard animals, not pretending to be in bed with a dirty old man?" the Daily Star quoted her as saying.
Self- proclaimed 'dirty old man' spares none with his acid wit as guest on Koel's couch
Is it any wonder Britain is known as "The Dirty Old Man of Europe" when so many of its citizens treat their own environment like a pig sty?
SIR Ben Kingsley really is becoming a dirty old man on screen!
In one song we meet the angel by the empty tomb, and in another a dirty old man lusts after the twenty-something R&B singer Alicia Keys.
As well as diva Jean, who can't accept that she is old, we also meet the slightly dirty old man, Wilfred, who is full of innuendo.
The one-time enfant terrible has morphed into a certifiable dirty old man. Sadly, this is the only lingering impression left by Buckley's jejune offering.