[ US /ˌoʊɫdˈfæʃənd/ ]
out of fashion
a suit of rather antique appearance
demode (or outmoded) attire
How To Use old-fashioned In A Sentence
- My aunt is very old-fashioned.
- It was an old-fashioned mill for grinding linseed, expressing the oil, and making oil-cake.
- Here we did everything but lift up the old-fashioned coal-burning Aga cooker, which must have weighed a couple of tons at least. A CONVICTION OF GUILT
- The morons do not even protect the exposed steel with paint - and something as simple and old-fashioned as using galvanized bolts in the first place is clearly way beyond their ken.
- That went hand in hand with an old-fashioned liberal humanism. Times, Sunday Times
- I had shown the old-fashioned deadeyes instead of rigging screws and had drawn the wrong kind of gooseneck attaching the boom to the mast. Cumberland, Part 3: Acting It Out
- For the Schlachtfest, Stralsunders gathered in hundreds, the women in their dirndls and men in old-fashioned suits, gobbling pig knuckle, leberwurst, knockwurst, dozens of waxy, greasy boiled potatoes, and of course, blutwurst. Blood Lite II: Overbite
- For a genuine old-fashioned family carriage commend us to the araba. Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science Volume 11, No. 25, April, 1873
- The restaurant is the best; an old-fashioned wood-and-leather affair with a horseshoe bar.
- Remember, if you will (I certainly do), that one of the selling points of the post-VII "reforms" was that they enriched Catholic life and worship by making them relevant and immediate rather than old-fashioned (for which read "dignified") and outdatedly stiff (for which read "reverent"). You report: Promotional Posters for the Traditional Latin Mass