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If Rodgers’s example is anything to go by, the road warriors of the old school were above such base materialism.

The social media app is taking it old school, connecting with new and returning customers with voice chats that’ll be partnered with decks, talks and videos to elevate the experience.

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The shape vaguely resembles other workout headphones like the Beats Powerbeats Pro or an old school Bluetooth headset.

Raw files use the old school photographic mindset that the initial photo is just raw materials that you shape during the editing process.

This ratio is the best to buy if you are playing old school games created prior to 2005.

In the midst of the clubbiness, there is a heimishe (Yiddish for familiar, old school) quality.

Many of the ones around today are more like the Sprite Generation but there are still some old school left in La Eme.

The Metropolitan Opera is the old-school Cadillac of arts institutions.

These are not start-ups or struggling new media companies, but established businesses in old school industries.

But old-school plants—the type that grow in the dirt—have also been vital to human progress.

And why, he suddenly thought again, were they so impressed by the mere fact of his coming to revisit his old school?

He paused in the roadway and stared into the darkness where the building of the old school had first appeared to him.

The real fact is that Mr. Parson's father was a burglar of the fine old school.

Past that she went, with a passing temptation to look within, and toward the old school-house.

Goldsmith's poetry belongs to the old school, for he was a follower of Johnson, a strenuous opponent of the new romanticism.


On this page you'll find 30 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to old-school, such as: acceptable, accustomed, backward-looking, classic, classical, and conforming.

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