old-world

ADJECTIVE
  1. characteristic of former times especially in Europe
    an old-world cottage
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How To Use old-world In A Sentence

  • He took the goblet from Peter and offered it with the same old-world punctilio as he'd provided the handkerchief and the smelling salts. SOMETHING IN THE WATER
  • Certainly the grace and old-world tradition of nut trees are an asset to any garden.
  • Few wealthy Americans would turn down an old-world honour that money can't buy, but none would wish to be a pawn in a game of transatlantic politics.
  • The post-bellum waves of immigration indicated to observant Americans that the Two Nations were no longer an old-world phenomenon, but a fact of American urban life.
  • Yet today, Escada's reputation for old-world glamour also poses a challenge as the label moves toward more contemporary and affordable everyday styles. Everyday Escada? Life After '80s Power Dressing
  • The village still retains a lot of its old-world charm.
  • If you want old-world tradition in an idyllic setting, this is the hotel for you.
  • Fashioned in the old-world style, this marble-infused cast-resin fountain has an aged moss finish.
  • Best known for its legendary ski slopes, the alpine town exudes a cozy mix of old-world culture and international flair.
  • I decided to check out "Wiznits123″'s followers - and discovered what I had previously not known but should have suspected: Twitter has reached its tipping point, and now even the most old-world of shtetlach are using social media. Jewlicious
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