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Adjective

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Positive
old-fashioned

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  1. Of a thing, outdated or no longer in vogue.
    • My bike is old-fashioned but it gets me around
  2. Of a person, preferring the customs of earlier times.
    • You can't stay the night, my parents are a bit old-fashioned

Usage notes

  • Said of all kinds of things including words, houses, places, chimneys, character traits, cookware, education, or style.

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Old-fashioned

  1. A whiskey-based cocktail

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