old school

NOUN
  1. a class of people favoring traditional ideas
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How To Use old school In A Sentence

  • He went into chemistry, left New Plymouth in 1946, and returned in 1952 to take up a post at his old school as housemaster and teacher.
  • This leaves the ‘old school economic policies’ of dollar devaluation and deficit financing to help reflate the economy and fend off deflation and boost exporters.
  • A TEN-year-old schoolgirl yesterday told a hushed court how she had seen the man accused of murdering and dismembering another man beat her mother.
  • Such a gesture might look to contemporary historians like an act of archival vandalism, but it was entirely characteristic of the old school to which Macmillan belonged.
  • Outsiders gradually brought influences like barbecue sauce and side dishes, but the core Texas values remain stubbornly intact at these old school joints: meat seasoned only with salt, pepper and smoke, and served without plates or utensils. You gonna eat that? Random musings on food and life in Orange County, California » Don’t mess with Texas
  • A cannibal is a "gastronome of the old school"; longevity is the "uncommon extension of the fear of death. Lacerating Wit, Seasoned Cynic
  • I spent the evening with an old school friend.
  • My old school motto was'not for myself alone but for the whole world '. Times, Sunday Times
  • Luck reunites you with an old school pal. The Sun
  • Are you still in touch with any of your old school friends?
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