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See also: old-fangled
From old + fangled, modelled after new-fangled.
oldfangled (comparative more oldfangled, superlative most oldfangled)
- 2009 April 5, Jonathan Miles, “A Splash of Incognito”, in New York Times:
- Made from hand-harvested agave hearts roasted over a mesquite fire, Sombra seems a fitting partner for Chartreuse, with its producers’ similar adherence to oldfangled tradition.
- antiquated, disused, passé; see also Thesaurus:obsolete or Thesaurus:unfashionable