Bowed and sighing the greybeard
wends Alone to the mart where sighing ends.
wagged over the bulwark, and a thick voice yelled something Harvey could not understand.
among sea-commanders, the old greybeards
will oftenest leave their berths to visit the night-cloaked deck.
Even elderly matrons and greybeards
with a foot in the grave screeched and shrilled their joy in the spectacle.
PRIEST Yea, Oedipus, my sovereign lord and king, Thou seest how both extremes of age besiege Thy palace altars--fledglings hardly winged, and greybeards
bowed with years; priests, as am I of Zeus, and these the flower of our youth.
Kim cleared his throat and looked around at the village greybeards
The UK's branch of the worldwide Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) has paid a special tribute to the late John Honeywell, who wrote this column for many years under the Captain Greybeard
may have been a divisive figure but English football needs men who speak their mind.
Doreen Walsh's Foxford Hi There comprehensively won the battle for an early lead in heat two and, with the strong finishers getting too far behind, the July 06 greybeard
was never troubled to land the heat in 31.01sec.
I ASKED my colleague Captain Greybeard
and he recommended two: Gap Adventures (www.gapadventures.com) sail on the MS Expedition, maximum of 126 passengers - prices from pounds 4,749 for a 14-day voyage, airfares extra.
I doubt a legal greybeard
the age of Bill Paterson would really have such a wild passion for his job that he in flames his duodenal ulcer at every turn.
THIS striking pottery jug was known as a greybeard
when it first appeared in 17th-century Britain - but these days it's more likely to be called a bellarmine.