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fogy

noun fo·gy \ˈfō-gē\

: a person with old-fashioned ideas

plural fogies also fogeys

Full Definition of FOGY

:  a person with old-fashioned ideas —usually used with old
fo·gy·ish or fo·gey·ish \-gē-ish\ adjective
fo·gy·ism or fo·gey·ism \-gē-ˌi-zəm\ noun

Variants of FOGY

fo·gy also fo·gey \ˈfō-gē\

Examples of FOGY

  1. <old fogies who said that rap music would never last>

Origin of FOGY

origin unknown
First Known Use: 1780

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