alt. 1 (&lit some old English) 2 (context US idiomatic informal English) some, some unspecified or yet-undetermined one (especially for emphasis). det. 1 (&lit some old English) 2 (context US idiomatic informal English) some, some unspecified or yet-undetermined one (especially for emphasis).
Usage examples of "some old".
I could find out about her grandparents without doing much but poke through some old records.
Well back to the back, the instructor gives me some old cultural Vids of these cartoons in 2-D.
It had contained two hammocks, which had been destroyed in the fire, some old boxes with markings on them that had become illegible with time, a chest in which Casson had stored his precious specimens of butterflies and flowers, some scientific books, a few old rusted cooking utensils, and some bits of nicked and broken crockery.
He looked like a floppy shadow from some old movie Rydell had seen once, where shadows got separated from people and you had to catch them and sew them back on.
It was a strange concoction for breakfast, but his only other option was some four-month-old ryepa-turnips-from some old witch in town.
For though some old naturalists have maintained that all creatures of the land are of their kind in the sea.
Several Highlanders joined the party as they marched on, and some old men, bare-legged women, young girls, and children, followed at a distance.
On a low shelf, a few inches above the linoleum floor, laying next to some old beer steins, he found a plastic bag.
Then they'd gone into some old woodland, uncut and full of snags and dead briars.