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old-fashioned /ˈoʊldˈfæʃənd/  

  • adjective
    [more ~; most ~]
    of or relating to the past: such as
    no longer used or accepted :replaced by something more recent
    an old-fashioned word
    His views on the role of women in society are terribly old-fashioned.
    Her clothes are so plain and old-fashioned.
    typical of the past in a pleasing or desirable way
    old-fashioned courtesy and good manners
    an old-fashioned love story
    I feel like listening to some good old-fashioned rock n roll.
    She worked hard and became successful the old-fashioned way.
    of a person :using or preferring traditions or ideas from the past
    She was an old-fashioned girl from a small town.
    I'm rather old-fashioned when it comes to dating. - opposite modern