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  • adj. Resembling or characteristic of the herb thyme.


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thyme +‎ -y


  • Once you get the image and language down, you can start to work the political side of being old thymey.

    Shaun Casey: Hey Republicans, It's Time for Some Old Timey Politics

  • For instance, in the episode involving the search for the remains of the Loch Ness Monster, they included an image that came from The Weekly World News, the trash paper beloved of us olde-thymey punkes.

    Crit List 6: MonsterQuest Part Two -- Of Course They Get On My Nerves...

  • The thymey smell of \i boeuf bourguignon \i0 curled through the mixed scents of the wood fire, fresh bread, and spicy chrysanthemums.

    Never Come Down

  • Adam first stood erect, and the place where he sat when he named the animals, and the thymey bank on which he slept while Eve was taking form from his rib, and the tree on which grew the fruit of the knowledge of good and evil, and the precise scene of the temptation and the fall, and the spot on which stood the altars on which Cain and Abel offered their sacrifices, and where, presently, wrathful Cain rose up against his brother and slew him?

    Hawthorne and His Circle


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