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See definition of fogyish on Dictionary.com
  • as inmossy
  • as inrightist
  • as intraditionalist
  • as intraditionalistic
  • as inconservative
  • as indie-hard

synonyms for fogyish

  • old
  • old-fashioned
  • outdated
  • die-hard
  • reactionary
  • firm
  • right
  • constant
  • redneck
  • timid
  • traditionalist
  • steady
  • quiet
  • fuddy-duddy
  • stable
  • bourgeois
  • controlled
  • conventional
  • fearful
  • guarded
  • hard hat
  • hidebound
  • illiberal
  • inflexible
  • middle-of-the-road
  • obstinate
  • orthodox
  • right-wing
  • sober
  • traditional
  • traditionalistic
  • unchangeable
  • unchanging
  • uncreative
  • unimaginative
  • unprogressive
  • Tory
  • holding to
  • in a rut
  • not extreme
  • old guard
  • old line
  • right of center
  • undaring
  • white bread
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antonyms for fogyish

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  • bare
  • dry
  • fresh
  • modern
  • new
  • prickly
  • unfixed
  • wavering
  • weak
  • wobbly
  • untrustworthy
  • unsteady
  • inconstant
  • changeable
  • unstable
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    How to use fogyish in a sentence

    And after that Job thought the preacher at Gold City was a little old fogyish.
    THE TRANSFORMATION OF JOBFREDERICK VINING FISHER
    You should just see Brina tread our old fogyish social laws under her feet.
    CHRISTINEAMELIA EDITH HUDDLESTON BARR
    The debates of the English Parliament raise the ire of the people, nay, exasperate even old fogyish Anglo-manes.
    DIARY FROM MARCH 4, 1861, TO NOVEMBER 12, 1862ADAM GUROWSKI
    It had, as the Duke Charles August often complained to his friends, become dull, and “terribly old fogyish.”
    GOETHE AND SCHILLERL. MHLBACH
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