Ford narrated the show like an old-school couturier, explaining each look from head to toe.
For all his new-media cool, at bottom Hadley is an old-school relationship executive.
The Spire rests on the same basic principal as the old-school fountains.
In response, Labrador called Simpson a “bully” and “an old-school legislator who went to Washington, D.C., to compromise.”
In other words, the synthetic acts a whole lot like old-school weed.
But, had the old-school champions themselves been of the most wise selecting, was their system of tactics the most judicious?
Now comes the old-school doctor, and thrusts in his lancet too soon.
Such is a picture of some of the old-school New England men, as they flourished years ago.
Starke touched his hat with the air of an old-school gentleman.
He is the type of old-school editor who has everything handy in a profound confusion.
From an early time, favoring traditional ways; retro or vintage: old school fraternity hazings/ strictly old school