Definition Old-fashioned

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old-fashioned (or old fashioned): old, traditional, dated, no longer in fashion


  • "Cabbie : I tell you what, let's just have a couple of good old fashioned pints, shall we?"
  • "We can settle this the old fashioned way."
  • "I can give you a child the old-fashioned way."
  • "What do you say we seal the deal with a bottle of Seamus Dog Whiskey and a good old fashioned bear hunt?"
  • "Harold Warbuckle is known to have an old-fashioned personality."
  • "Susie : He wants to know why we're still using such an old-fashioned, amateurish design."
  • "Brian (on intercom) : Well, I've changed into my boxing shorts just in case we need to settle this the old-fashioned way."
  • "Had to kill him the old fashioned way, with a drone strike."
  • "America is known for its entrepreneurial spirit, and there's no shortage of people wanting to make big money fast, but if you're smart, you'll make your money the old-fashioned way, with hard work and dedication."

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