Old-fashioned; outmoded; antique; old-timey: still manages to epitomize buggy-whip thinking in an increasingly sophisticated high-tech communications world (1970s+)
: abuggy-whip antenna
A long radio antenna on a car (1940s+)
I seen him through the winder hit her with the buggy whip, and everything.
The only thing to do is to get out and use the buggy whip on her and her yearling.
This enabled the boy to get ahead of them with the buggy whip.
Clara held the buggy whip in her hand and raised it to hit the horse.
It was in this mood that he came upon Miss Jim, who was in the act of disentangling a long lace scarf from her buggy whip.
Yes, mam, de overseer would stock you down en whip you wid a buggy whip.
Then a young fellow who carried a buggy whip and smoked a cigar said, "How does the doctoring go, Jason?"
Just as train 78 paused at this place, a colored man with a buggy whip under his arm got aboard.
Mac's whalin' the whey out o' Hicks an' Hicks couldn't touch him with a buggy whip.
Uncle wanted those shears badly, so he received us with the buggy whip—and he didn't draw the colour line either.