Other Words for Old
Old as a Adjective has these synonyms:
Example: Penelope is an old friend of the family's.
experienced, veteran, practiced, (well-)versed, knowledgeable, proficient, accomplished, adept, skilled, expert, old-time
Example: Charles is an old hand at steam engines.
Example: In the old days, it took a week to travel from London to Edinburgh.
Example: It is hard to see an old friendship die.
Example: The West End was my old stamping-ground when I lived in London.
time-worn, decayed, dilapidated, ramshackle, disintegrated, crumbling, shabby, worn out, dusty, broken-down, tumbledown, disused, unused, cast off, cast aside
Example: They have torn down the old mill near the river.
Old as a Adverb has these synonyms:
ancient, antiquated, antediluvian, fossil, prehistoric, Noachian, obsolete, antique, outdated, out of date, old-time, dated, archaic, stale, out-moded, passe, Ogygian
Example: The archaeological dig has turned up some interesting old artefacts.
Old as a Noun has these synonyms:
elderly, ageing, aged, advanced in years or age, long-lived, past one's prime, grey, full of years, getting on (in years), hoary, superannuated, over the hill, past it
Example: Bill is too old to continue working in the mine.