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Drug slang A regionally popular verb meaning to inject a drug
Medspeak noun American slang for an offensive and/or dull-witted old person, especially males; in hospitals, geezer is a highly derogatory term for an elderly, cantankerous, often poorly-educated male patient

geezer

noun Medtalk American slang for an offensive and/or dull-witted old person, especially a ♂ in hospitals, geezer is a highly derogatory term for an elderly, cantankerous, often poorly-educated ♂ Pt verb Drug slang A regionally popular verb, to inject a drug
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| Main picture, Geezer Butler takes centre stage with new band Deadland Ritual, including frontman Freddy Perez, far left.
Old geezers hold the door open for the next person and always when walking make certain the lady is on the inside for her protection.
Chelsea's Frank Lampard tells of the geezer culture at Stamford Bridge.
Godolphin are looking to St Leger runner-up The Geezer and Cherry Mix to improve their already impressive record in the Emirates Airline Yorkshire Cup on Friday week.
One who is not an old geezer with respect to his view of right and wrong.
Despite the generous support of youth, we gay geezer boomers are going to need all the nonprofit low-income housing we can get.
Meyer presents No Paltry Thing: Memoirs of a Geezer Dad, is the true-life story of a fifty-nine year old expectant father who, for lack of better options to raise with his latest progeny, chooses to quit his job in academia and become a full-time, stay-at-home dad.
He goes in for a book-length close-up, observing the geezer as he observes another geezer (this one by Tintoretto, the White-Bearded Man), a habit he has committed every other day for 30 years at the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna.
Even much of the geezer bashing news media welcomed this evidence that we were, after aH, a caring nation.
THE Birmingham Post caught up with Black Sabbath's Tony Iommi and Geezer Butler as they were reminiscing backstage at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery.
He said: "It's fantastic to see our music celebrated in this way." Bassist Geezer Butler added: "It's incredible, you just don't realise that 50 years have gone by so fast.
BRUMMIE rock legend Geezer Butler is on his way back to the Download Festival - because he can't stand retirement.