oldschool

old school

noun
advocates or supporters of established custom or of conservatism: a military man of the old school.

Origin:
1790–1800

old-school, adjective
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old school
 
n
1.  chiefly (Brit) a school formerly attended by a person
2.  a group of people favouring traditional ideas or conservative practices

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old school definition


and old skool
  1. mod.
    vintage; from an earlier time; retro. (Generally positive. As in the well-established expression from the old school.) : His way of dealing with people is strictly old school.
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