Old-line



[ohld-lahyn] /ˈoʊldˈlaɪn/

adjective
1.
following or supporting conservative or traditional ideas, beliefs, customs, etc.
2.
long established; traditional:
old-line society.
adjective
1.
(US & Canadian) conservative; old-fashioned
2.
well-established; traditional

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