vintage[ vin-tij ]SEE DEFINITION OF vintage
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VINTAGE
You are as much out of your place as a vintage wine at a harvest supper.
The wine-making season the world over is known as the "vintage."
No little Baden vintage, no small wine of the Bergstrasse, can impose upon us!
She was, as far as age was concerned, a little "beyond the vintage."
I'll give you a dinner at the Bertolini to-night, and you may have the magnum of any vintage you like.
The title Simposio is inaccurate; it should be called, The return from the Vintage.
"There are 'vintage years' for babies," says Dr. James Kerr.
Is not the gleaning of the grapes of Ephraim better than the vintage of Abi-ezer?
The vintage was suffering by his absence, and it was necessary that he should return at once.
It is the best time of all the year, the dear vintage; come and tread the grapes.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR VINTAGE
- behind the times
- grown old
- not current
- not modern
- not with it
- of old
- of olden days
- of the old school
- out of it
- out of style