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
Nostalgia and speed converge at the 37th annual Oldies But Goodies Drags on Saturday and Sunday at Firebird Raceway.
But somewhere else it’s cold and raining and there’s nothing but oldies on the radio.
R-Gang (R&B Motown) is scheduled to perform at on June 22, followed by The Stingrays (oldies) on July 27, The Acousticles (classic to current) on Aug. 24 and Shindig (60s flashback) on Sept. 7, all in the Circle area.
Five football coaches are beginning their third season or fewer led off by newbie but oldie Ed Orgeron of LSU.
Andy Cohen hosts this revival of the oldie about singles who go on dates than blab about it.
Golden oldies pumped through the ballroom’s speakers as couples shimmied across the dance floor, some of them joined by family members and caregivers.
Originally Dr. Demento’s show was mostly rock oldies, plus some rare finds.
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First Known Use of oldie
OLDIE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of oldie for English Language Learners
: someone or something that is not new
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