Synonyms for old-school
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OLD-SCHOOL
Fired five thousand of the old-school officers to win this war.
Now comes the old-school doctor, and thrusts in his lancet too soon.
Starke touched his hat with the air of an old-school gentleman.
Both Adah and Maria belong to that old-school class of proper feminine folk who never pick but always pluck flowers.
He's a good detective, but he likes the old-school methods, and—he and I never got on very well.
He is the type of old-school editor who has everything handy in a profound confusion.
It is to-day, even as it was of yore, thronged with all the paraphernalia of ships and shipping of the old-school order.
We have seen some very bad riders among British cavalry officers, brought up in the old-school method of seat and band.
Patrick Hall was the leader of the old-school Presbyterians in his region of Virginia.
He taught that “the most puzzling things of all to the old-school teleologists are the principia of the Darwinian.”