- adj. archaic old
“Lee Henderson’s debut novel, The Man Game, is a romp and a face-off in olde Vancouver.”
“About two miles from Cairo there is another little Cairo called The olde Cairo, which containeth in circuit litle more then tenne miles, and the better halfe is not inhabited, but destroyed, whereof I neede not make any other mention.”
“Master Geffrey Ducket, whose returne (if spoyle neere Volga had not preuented by rouing theeues) had altogether salued and recouered the companies (called the olde companies) great losse, charges, and damages: but the saying is true, By vnitie small things grow great, and by contention great things become small.”
“DESI resumes CON at 8. 18PM, with the PC fluttering a li'l -- made me some "uncomtable" feel as on detailked reading, this word stared at Desi - not a four - letter word, but recalls the olde profession of yore: "whore”
“This is an "olde" sketch from my Denton, TX days that is my impression of a postcard I got in Houston and forever intertwined in my head with the Peter Gabriel song The Rhythm of the Heat.”
“Cooke's inventory includes "1 great Bible and 4 olde bookes," which as they were "olde," and he was clearly not a book-buyer, very probably came with him in the ship.”
“On returning across the lake to Te Anau we made the drive back towards Queenstown - visiting Arrowtown (and "olde" gold-mining town) for lunch.”
“I am just as pagan as many of my forefathers in the "olde" world!”
“The Sweet Cascades store is located pretty much in the middle of the Main Street shopping zone of "olde" Ellicott City which, I recognize, is not technically "Baltimore," but is so good and special that I thought it deserved a shout out here.”
“Volga had not preuented by rouing theeues) had altogether salued and recouered the companies (called the olde companies) great losse, charges, and damages: but the saying is true, By vnitie small things grow great, and by contention great things become small.”
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