old-fashioned

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Pronunciation[change]

  • (US) IPA: /oʊldˈfæʃənd/
  • (UK) IPA: /əʊldˈfæʃənd/
  • Hyphenation: old-‧fash‧ioned

Adjective[change]

Positive
old-fashioned

Comparative
more old-fashioned

Superlative
most old-fashioned

  1. Something that looks or is done the way it was a long time ago; often with the intent that that is no longer the way things look or are done anymore.
    People thought Obadiah Birdwell was old-fashioned because he drove a horse and buggy, wore homespun knickers, and churned his own butter.