Examples of fogy in a Sentence
old fogies who said that rap music would never last
Recent Examples of fogy from the Web
Even the suits, fogies and aging rebels at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame were reluctant to acknowledge the movement, failing to induct Yes until earlier this year.
Mr. Cameron, who favors staying in Europe, hoped the referendum could be framed as thrusting modernists versus nostalgic old fogies.
Old fogies may object that this history is too entertaining.
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Origin and Etymology of fogy
First Known Use: 1792See Words from the same year
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Definition of fogy for English Language Learners
: a person with old-fashioned ideas
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