old fashioned

NOUN
  1. a cocktail made of whiskey and bitters and sugar with fruit slices
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  • The noise pollution survey revealed a rather spurring and possibly amusing old fashioned source of noise.
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  • The borders are filled with a variety of old fashioned roses interspersed with pink deutzias for effect before they flower.
  • Brilliant teamwork and old fashioned grit got the team a last minute point.
  • I mean, they were sort of old fashioned in the way he would post the quotes, and yet it was a very skillful use of medium and I thought, you know, politicians kind of quaked when they went on there. CNN Transcript Jun 13, 2008
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  • You know, despite all of modern medicine's glitz and glamour, sometimes the old fashioned remedies work the best.
  • Call me old fashioned, but I would rather pay what it takes to get great services in the NHS than what it costs to go outside.
  • No philosopher would jettison Plato just because it's old fashioned, nor would anyone mock the old fogy Whitman.
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