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oldfangled

adjective old·fan·gled \ˈōl(d)-ˈfaŋ-gəld\

Definition of OLDFANGLED

Examples of OLDFANGLED

  1. <those big solid-iron phones are an oldfangled reminder of the time when you had to rent a phone from the telephone company>

Origin of OLDFANGLED

old + -fangled (as in newfangled)
First Known Use: 1842

Rhymes with OLDFANGLED

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