old-fashioned

Something that's old-fashioned is out of style or from the past. You could call an antique telephone old-fashioned, and you could also describe your elderly grandfather this way.

Out-of-date clothes, like your aunt's wardrobe of 1980's dresses with shoulder pads, are old-fashioned. Soda fountains, carriages pulled by horses, and typewriters are all old-fashioned as well. These things are either not currently popular, or they're just plain old. There is also a whisky-based mixed drink called an old-fashioned which is still served in many stylish bars and restaurants.

Definitions of old-fashioned
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adj out of fashion

Synonyms:
antique, demode, ex, old-hat, outmoded, passe, passee
unfashionable, unstylish
not in accord with or not following current fashion

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