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fogy

noun fo·gy \ˈfō-gē\

Simple Definition of fogy

  • : a person with old-fashioned ideas

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of fogy

plural

fogies

also

fogeys

  1. :  a person with old-fashioned ideas —usually used with old

fogyish

play or

fogeyish

\-gē-ish\ adjective

fogyism

play or

fogeyism

\-gē-ˌi-zəm\ noun

Examples of fogy in a sentence

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



Variants of fogy

also

fogey

play \ˈfō-gē\

Origin and Etymology of fogy

origin unknown


First Known Use: 1780


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