- old-time + -y (Wiktionary)
“Rich: I assume old-timey, but then Dothraki are so post-apocalyptic chic that I get all confused!”
“It was in a foodplot of standing corn, and I could see the birds on the ground and my dog downwind and locked up, tail held low in that old-timey setter way of his.”
“I also like to make my way to weird, old-timey places, like the original White Fence Farm.”
“Big-voiced Jacob Lusk has "coasted" through auditions on his vocal pyrotechnics - he really is an old-timey showman on "God Bless the Child," really selling it in an audition number.”
“Not * that* is some old-timey stuff there, preachers who are hunt | Field & Stream”
“Not * that* is some old-timey stuff there, preachers who are hunters [but maybe he just fishes].”
“A military band played Russian and American marches at the opening of the exhibit, while an honor guard in old-timey uniforms stood at attention by large oil portraits of the two national leaders.”
“Used with permission of the publisher, W.W. Norton & Company, Inc Greil Marcus called it the 'Old, Weird America'—the one off the highways, down back roads, where blues and old-timey music sounds drifted out of dusty doorways or from scratchy gramophones.”
“Which, given the nature of his old-timey surroundings, is really perfect.”
“Then it's time to fire up the old-timey board game standbys, Trivial Pursuit and Scrabble , both of which have engrossing solo modes so you can continue to avoid all human contact: It's not fun for the family, but just for you and you alone!”
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