Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


He was advised that the old fashioned way of nursing babies was obsolete.

Some people thought her old fashioned, strait-laced, prudish.

The house is old fashioned and irregular, but lodgeable and commodious.

Well, you know the result: the old fashioned man got round her.

There was a cot, an old fashioned wash stand and a sort of closet.

Old fashioned, too, she was; but ante-bellum glory did not radiate from her as it did from the major.

If it wasn't a velosipede, it would be an old fashioned wheelbarrow.

An old fashioned Virginia wedding was an event to be remembered.

In those days nothing but old fashioned Kentucky rifles were in use.

The entire house is—in fact—furnished with old fashioned furniture.