old times

NOUN
  1. past times remembered with nostalgia
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How To Use old times In A Sentence

  • A sociable man, there was nothing Peter enjoyed more than a ramble to the houses of his neighbours for a chat about old times.
  • We talked over old times and the changes, and followed each other up to date with a great deal of mutual enjoyment, until the porter demanded the "smokery" for his bunk. Danger Signals Remarkable, Exciting and Unique Examples of the Bravery, Daring and Stoicism in the Midst of Danger of Train Dispatchers and Railroad Engineers
  • The four of them carouse, sing raucous songs and reminisce about old times. Ecstasy - review
  • We should all meet up again - just for old times' sake.
  • Former so-called noblemen tenderly remember the good old times when they could cheerfully kick a peasant in the pants. Labor, Labor Movement and Music Speech by Hanns Eisler, 1938
  • On the night before his film is shown at a local festival, John stops by his old pal Vince's motel room to catch up on old times.
  • Maskings or mummeries were favorite sports at Christmas in old times; and the wardrobes at halls and manor-houses were often laid under contribution to furnish dresses and fantastic disguisings. The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon
  • One used to see, on the one-horsed omnibus which in old times represented the locomotion of Madrid, _Serbicio de omnibus_ quite as often as _Servicio_. Spanish Life in Town and Country
  • I may be surrounded with a reminder of the old times but chivalry was never my forte and lucky for me no one expected it to be.
  • We got on well just like old times and we shared a taxi home. The Sun
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