Definition of 'old-time'
Example sentences containing 'old-time'
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The Australians were like old-time pirates in their trumpeting of free trade. YESTERDAY'S SHADOW (2002)Her voice hadn't changed, it was still fruity, like that of an old-time actress. YESTERDAY'S SHADOW (2002)He read about how the old-time pirate had been surprised at night by British troops. THREE IN ONE (2002)
Music filled the night, traditional Christmas carols played on an old-time pipe organ. ANGELS EVERYWHERE (2002)
Translations for 'old-time'
British English: old-time ADJECTIVE
If you describe something as old-time, you mean that it was common or popular in the past but is not common or popular now.
...an old-time dance hall.
Definition of old-time from the Collins English Dictionary
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