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adjective advanced in years, ancient, antiquated, antique, archaic, crumbling, decadent, decayed, declining, decrepit, deteriorated, dilapidated, discontinued, early, elderly, enfeebled, hoary, inveteratus, no longer young, not modern, obsolete, olden, past, preceding, preexisting, run down, rusty, stale, superannuated, timeworn, used, vetustus, vintage, waning, weakened, weathered, worn, worn out
Associated concepts: ancient records doctrine
See also: antique, elderly, obsolete, outdated, outmoded, prior, stale, traditional, trite
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Oldish flavor, very light if we consider time of storage.
It's oldish (2003), but the tutors make good talking heads.
THERE IS an oldish Chris de Burgh song called The Getaway in which he suggests locking political leaders in a room and making them fight it out.
But there is one oldish man - he comes in to see me every morning after breakfast - .
gwraig [ go hen] woman somewhat old 'an oldish woman' c.
In the meantime, it has an oldish record out - 2003's "The New Romance" - and is out on tour in support of it.
refuses to entertain, even when Frieda, his mistress, "a plain, oldish, skinny girl with short, thin hair," begs him at one point to escape to France or Spain, where the two of them would find some peace, some lesser tension and pressures of existence.
The oldish, slowish Lakers are desperate for speed, athleticism and hustle, so Rush is suddenly a regular member of the rotation - ``moving into a position of responsibility,'' in Jackson's words.
In English, old duck is applied fairly affectionately to an oldish woman, but a lame duck, like the French equivalent canard boiteux, is applied to a person of either sex who is in financial or other difficulties.