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  • adj. Outdated or no longer in vogue
  • adj. Preferring the customs of earlier times
  • adj. Pertaining to something that evokes the Flintstones cartoon series


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  • The Thanksgiving episode was sublime, with Anthony Bourdain's exquisite insults "Flintstonian", Sam pushing Frank's buttons -- toothbrush on the floor!

    Archive 2006-11-01

  • Kiwi brought over my backpack from the hostel and he himself became a part of our Flintstonian summer m-nage, pairing with Monique, participating in our summer rituals, smug that he and I were natives now, not tourists, and like myself waking up in the morning with a throat sore from having practiced French in his sleep.

    Shampoo Planet

  • The night started at 6 p.m. with the opening of Design Miami, one of our favorites due to its small scale, flattering lighting and great mid-century design such as Flintstonian Paul Evans furniture.

    The Full Feed from

  • The Flintstonian smoked pork chop - which without exaggeration could be called a pork roast for four - is a bronzed butcher's tour of marbled fat, loin and pull-apart ribs with a sweet glaze and fireside spice.

    Austin360 - XL Headlines

  • Though you pay for that privilege, the quality of steak is the best that money can buy, especially if you like an extra-buttery sear on a cut of Flintstonian proportions.

    Chinalyst - China blogs in English

  • Suggesting the curbing human population growth through more education generally, sex education specifically, condom distribution, and global access to birth control including abortion does NOT equate to suggesting that a return to Flintstonian times is advisable or even possible.

    Drudge Retort

  • Cuts of meat such as a Flintstonian bone-in ribeye for two or a bargain priced hanger steak are on offer, with a spiced up spaghetti squash.


  • Palin's in bed with Ted Stevens (an indicted felon and probably the most corrupt former member of the Senate-now that's some serious criminality), Big Oil, a secessionist (quite literally in bed with one-while she waves the flag of patriotism until her arm is limp with fatigue), gay-hating social regressives (who would vote for Hitler were he alive today and campaigning against abortion AND who think the Flintstonian version of humanity coexisting with dinosaurs is pretty realistic).

    Dandelion Salad

  • They trod the red carpet with heads held high - George Clooney, Jon Hamm, and William Hurt with new beards, Elisabeth Moss with sweet bangs, January Jones with a black headband, and Jennifer Morrison from "House '' with a Flintstonian bun at her neck. Top Stories


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