(?), a. Formed according to old or obsolete fashion or pattern; belonging to or characteristic of times past; adhering to old customs, styles, or ideas; as, an old-fashioned dress, girl; old-fashioned wire-rimmed glasses. "Old-fashioned men of wit." Addison.
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This old-fashioned, quaint abode.
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2. Unacceptable or suboptimum because of having been superseded by something more recent; outmoded{2}; out-of-date. [Narrower terms: old-fashioned, out of fashion(predicate), out of style(predicate), passe, passee.]
Syn. -- antique, old-hat(predicate), outmoded, out-of-date.
[WordNet 1.5 +PJC]

3. Unfashionably out of date; out of style. [Narrower terms: unfashionable (vs. fashionable)]
Syn. -- demode, out of fashion(predicate), out of style(predicate), passe, passee.
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old fashioned



n. A cocktail consisting of whiskey, bitters, and sugar, garnished with with fruit slices and often a cherry.
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