[ohld-fash-uh nd] /ˈoʊldˈfæʃ ənd/
of a style or kind that is no longer in vogue:
an old-fashioned bathing suit.
favored or prevalent in former times:
having the conservative behavior, ways, ideas, or tastes of earlier times:
a delightfully old-fashioned gentleman.
(sometimes initial capital letters) a cocktail made with whiskey, bitters, water, and sugar, and garnished with citrus-fruit slices and a cherry.
belonging to, characteristic of, or favoured by former times; outdated: old-fashioned ideas
favouring or adopting the dress, manners, fashions, etc, of a former time
quizzically doubtful or disapproving: she did not reply, but gave him an old-fashioned look
(Scot & Northern English, dialect) old for one’s age: an old-fashioned child
a cocktail containing spirit, bitters, fruit, etc
1590s, “in an outdated style,” from old + past participle of fashion (v.). As a type of cocktail, attested from 1901, American English.
Old Fashioned Tom Gin Cocktail Mix same as Holland Gin Old Fashioned Cocktail using Old Tom gin in place of Holland [George J. Kappeler, “Modern American Drinks,” Akron, Ohio, 1900]
noun, Chiefly British. 1. .
noun 1. land no longer under cultivation because the fertility of the soil has been exhausted.
- Old-field colt
[ohld-feeld] /ˈoʊldˈfild/ noun, Virginia. 1. (def 2).
- Old flame
noun phrase An ex-sweetheart or lover: saw my old flame at the reunion