Thesaurus / oldfashioned
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- as inarchaic
- as inmedieval
- as inmoth-eaten
- as inmusty
- as inobsolete
- as inold
- as inold-fashioned
- as inout
- as inretro
- as inbehind the times
- as inuptight
- as inmossy
- as inold-time
- as insuperannuated
- as insuperseded
- as inunfashionable
- as inbygone
- as inold hat
- as inage-old
- as inbutton-down
- as infrumpish
- as inolden
- as incorny
- as indated
- as inancient
- as infrumpy
- as inantediluvian
- as inantiquated
- as inhoary
- as inhokey
- as inold school
other words for oldfashioned
antonyms of oldfashioned
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The next day, on taking up her embroidery frame, Miss Boggs found a number of oldfashioned cross-stitches added to her Kensington.
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Under a shiny alpaca coat he wore an oldfashioned collarless shirt whose neckband was fastened with a diamond stud.
He began with a small, squat glass, which I believe is called an Oldfashioned glass, containing half cognac and half ryewhisky.
She began using a toothpick, but it was not the oldfashioned gold one—just an ordinary wooden splinter.
Helston itself is an oldfashioned town that has not many attractions for the modern tourist.
THE CORNISH RIVIERASIDNEY HEATH
And my good mother was one of this oldfashioned cut, and, in all other respects, as worthy a lady as any in the kingdom.
PAMELA, OR VIRTUE REWARDEDSAMUEL RICHARDSON
The hurricane is still in popular use in the West Indies and is preferred by certain oldfashioned sea-captains.
THE CYNIC'S WORD BOOKAMBROSE BIERCE
He looked stately enough, and his grave, oldfashioned, but thoroughly soldierly manners admirably suited the elderly warrior.
BARBARA BLOMBERG, COMPLETEGEORG EBERS
Ye want the village run your oldfashioned way, and I want it run mine.
THE SKIN GAME (FOURTH SERIES PLAYS)JOHN GALSWORTHY
A brazen statue of him used to stand near the senate house, of plain and oldfashioned workmanship.