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archaic of an older time; old-fashioned; outdated. [1/3 definitions]
conservative old-fashioned; showing a liking for what has always been. [1/6 definitions]
dwarf (old-fashioned; sometimes disrespectful) a person who is much smaller than usual because of a medical condition. [1/4 definitions]
Eskimo an old-fashioned word used for a member of any of the native peoples of northern Canada, Alaska, Greenland, and northeastern Russia. Most of the people of these northern regions are Inuits.
flintlock a part of an old-fashioned gun no longer in use. This part makes a spark that sets the powder inside on fire. [1/2 definitions]
Negro (old-fashioned) relating to a Black person. [1/2 definitions]
out-of-date old-fashioned or no longer in use.
quaint pleasant in an old-fashioned way.
square (informal) one who is old-fashioned in his or her taste or afraid to have fun. [2/22 definitions]
ye2 the. Ye is a misreading of an old spelling of "the" in which the letter for the "th" sound looked like a "y." When stores today put "ye" on their signs, they do so in order to look old-fashioned.