Old-time religion



noun phrase

The tried-and-true way of doing things; hallowed wisdom: that horse-trading, your bill for mine, was part of the old-time religion/ If Cuomo does run, he will have money, eloquence, labor unions and the power of old-time Democratic religion behind him

[1930s+; fr the hymn tune ”Give me that old-time religion”]

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