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Definition of horse-and-buggy in English:


[attributive] North American informal
Old-fashioned: horse-and-buggy technology
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  • The only superficial traits that set the Amish apart from the ‘normals ‘are their thick horse-and-buggy accents and the fact that they all cop to having limited educations.’
  • Her ‘see, I told you so’ grin left me feeling like a chastised schoolgirl - or the last horse-and-buggy driver in town.
  • Have these things - have these political gatherings become like horse-and-buggy conventions?

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