Definition of oldie
: one that is old; especially : a popular song of an earlier day
Examples of oldie in a Sentence
This recipe's an oldie and a favorite in my family.
Recent Examples of oldie from the Web
Our list includes recent titles as well as some oldies that deserve reacquaintance.
Moldy but golden oldiesMy wife’s car has SiriusXM radio.
Poche was afforded one last chance to be an oldie but goodie because of a five-run LSU second inning.
The five days of music concludes July 4 with the Cousin Dave Jam Band at 2 p.m. and the Relics at 6 p.m. The Cousin Dave Jam Band is known for serving up oldies, while the Relics focus on popular songs from the 1960s through 1980s.
And if the newness of Erin Hills bothered the traditionalist inside, don’t fret: A steady decade-long diet of the golden oldies (Shinnecock, Pebble, Winged Foot, Oakmont, etc.) awaits.
The band played rock and roll oldies from the ’50s and ’60s and had wild shows with members riding motorcycles onto the stage.
Music of many genres — big bands, classic rock, oldies, blues, country — will be performed by local artists at parks, community gazebos and beaches.
Nostalgia and speed converge at the 37th annual Oldies But Goodies Drags on Saturday and Sunday at Firebird Raceway.
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First Known Use of oldie
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Definition of oldie for English Language Learners
: someone or something that is not new
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