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old-timey Syllabification: old-tim·ey
Pronunciation: /ˌōl(d)ˈtīmē/

Entry from US English dictionary

Definition of old-timey in English:

adjective

Old-fashioned or reminiscent of the past, typically in a nostalgic or sentimental way: the root beer float is another old-timey dessert
More example sentences
  • The book comes with a CD of Crumb's old-timey music.
  • They're just supposed to look like more nice old-timey furniture.
  • They wanted the original recordings of old-timey American roots folk music.

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