[ohld-boi-iz-uh m] /ˈoʊldˈbɔɪ ɪz əm/
support of or participation in an old-boy network.
- Old-boy network
[ohld-boi] /ˈoʊldˈbɔɪ/ noun 1. an exclusive network that links members of a profession, social class, or organization or the alumni of a particular school through which the individuals assist one another in business, politics, etc.
noun 1. Brythonic as used before a.d. 800.
noun 1. the Bulgarian language of the Middle Ages. noun 1. another name for Old Church Slavonic
noun 1. . [al-foo-stat] /æl fʊˈstæt/ noun 1. a city in N Egypt, near the modern city of Cairo, founded in the 7th century a.d.