Definition of old-fashioned in English:

old-fashioned

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adjective

noun

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  • A cocktail consisting chiefly of whisky, bitters, water, and sugar.

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old-fashionedness

noun
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  • It has a sort of transcendent old-fashionedness, as though the music of the future had travelled back in time.
  • It is fairly extraordinary in this day and age - almost baroque in its old-fashionedness.
  • The sanitized old-fashionedness of the design gives the paper just a whiff of authenticity, like old books scattered around a stage set.

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