Simple Definition of old–time
: of a kind or style that was typical of the past
: having been something specified for a long time
Full Definition of old–time
1 : of, relating to, or characteristic of an earlier period <old–time songs>
2 : of long standing <old–time residents>
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Rhymes with old–time
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OLD–TIME Defined for Kids
Definition of old–time for Students
: from or like that of an earlier or distant period <old-time music> <old-time transportation>
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