Young and Foolish, Old and Grumpy?

With apologies to all senior citizens, (a civilized sobriquet if there ever was one) I am going to ask you a question: What is the one word in English literature that occurs more frequently than any other directly after the words “crotchety,” “curmudgeonly,” or “cranky”?  If you answered “old” you are quite correct.  You’ll nearly …

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