Old-time



[ohld-tahym] /ˈoʊldˈtaɪm/

adjective
1.
belonging to or characteristic of old or former times, methods, ideas, etc.:
old-time sailing ships; an old-time piano player.
2.
being long established:
old-time residents.
adjective
1.
(prenominal) of or relating to a former time; old-fashioned: old-time dancing
adj.

1824, from old + time (n.). Related: Old-timey (1850).

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  • Old-time religion

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  • Old-timey

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