old-time

[ohld-tahym]
adjective
1.
belonging to or characteristic of old or former times, methods, ideas, etc.: old-time sailing ships; an old-time piano player.
2.
being long established: old-time residents.

Origin:
1815–25

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old-time
 
adj
(prenominal) of or relating to a former time; old-fashioned: old-time dancing

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Example sentences
Sixties-era vegetarian meals served with all the comforts of an old-time diner.
The study's secret weapon is a trick borrowed from old-time trappers, who hung
  mirrors from tree branches to attract lynx.
The outcrops near the coal-mining settlement still have some equipment and
  structures from old-time installations.
They have an eccentric charm that allows you to spend fantastical days
  approximating the life of an old-time cattle aristocrat.
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