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fogy someone who has old-fashioned habits, beliefs, or ideas, esp. someone who is also boring (usu. prec. by "old").
freak out (old-fashioned; informal) to have a bad reaction to a hallucinatory drug and feel intense anxiety. [1/2 definitions]
freak show (old-fashioned) a sideshow of humans, animals, or plants that exhibit physical abnormalities, as at a carnival.
fuddy-duddy (informal) someone who is old-fashioned, conservative, or exceptionally fussy. [2 definitions]
fusty old-fashioned or conservative. [1/2 definitions]
gramophone a machine for playing phonograph records, esp. an old-fashioned one.
groovy (slang; old-fashioned) very pleasing; wonderful; great.
heavy (slang; old-fashioned) deeply meaningful; profound. [1/10 definitions]
hip4 (old-fashioned, slang) aware of some fact. [1/2 definitions]
hoop a circular support for a woman's old-fashioned full skirt. [1/7 definitions]
mossback (informal) an old-fashioned or extremely conservative person. [1/2 definitions]
moss-grown old-fashioned or out-of-date. [1/2 definitions]
old fogy one who is annoyingly conservative or old-fashioned.
old hat old-fashioned. [1/2 definitions]
old-world charmingly old-fashioned. [1/2 definitions]
out-of-date old-fashioned or obsolete; outmoded.
out of sight (slang; old-fashioned) great or wonderful. [1/2 definitions]
pitch woo (old-fashioned) to try to win the affections of another, esp. the affections of a woman; court. [2 definitions]
plimsoll (chiefly British; old-fashioned) a canvas shoe with a rubber sole used primarily for playing sports; sneaker.
quaint pleasingly old-fashioned; picturesque. [1/2 definitions]
queer (old-fashioned; offensive slang) homosexual. [2/6 definitions]