old-world

4 ENTRIES FOUND:

old–world

adjective \ˈōl(d)-ˈwər(-ə)ld\

: old-fashioned or traditional in a way that pleasantly reminds you of the past

Full Definition of OLD-WORLD

:  of, relating to, or characteristic of the Old World; especially :  having the charm or picturesque qualities of the Old World <narrow old–world streets>

First Known Use of OLD-WORLD

1830

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