old-fashioned

[ ohld-fash-uhnd ]SEE DEFINITION OF old-fashioned

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OLD-FASHIONED

One need not look so high as the old-fashioned stuccoed ceiling.

His knees pressed the long holster of an old-fashioned rifle.

And I say, Sandy, what's the weight of that old-fashioned bar of iron you have in your hands?

I pushed open the door and stepped into the old-fashioned hall.

But this is only a single barrel, and an old-fashioned sort of detonator.

But old-fashioned though the advice may have been, it was welcomed.

But especially does he delight in the long-drawn wail of some of our old-fashioned hymns.

He was dressed in plain dinner clothes of old-fashioned cut.

Why he talks as many long-winded, old-fashioned words, as the Schoolmaster.

It had (p. 151) been so once, though the fortifications were old-fashioned.

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