Synonyms for old-time

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Many of the old-time fittings and appurtenances are still to be seen.

But they did not come easily, for there was an old-time feud between the two families.

“I have a fancy to do this in my own way; the old-time way,” he said.

On they came, wise and quaint, like the half-heard whispers of old-time jokes.

I remembered with a shudder her old-time habit of listening at doors.

A tale of old-time pirates and of modern love, hate and adventure.

She was lonesome––she was going to come some evening and have a good, old-time visit.

His hair, worn long, gave him the look of the old-time ranger.

It was an old-time dinner, at least, that Antonio provided; but, alas!

Not there, nor in his rightful place among the elders, was my old-time friend.

WORD ORIGIN

1824, from old + time (n.). Related: Old-timey (1850).

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR OLD-TIME

age-old

adjectivevery old
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