A person of stodgy or old-fashioned habits and attitudes.(noun)
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Use "fogy" in a sentence
"Then again, at least Milner is trying to be of use; he's an old-fashioned kind of fogy that way."
"It was to Ray he promptly opened his heart, as that veteran of a dozen Indian campaigns, then drawing his fourth "fogy," came hastening out to join the commander."
"Later i tried to charge it back up (my memory of these events is kind of fogy but i'll do the best i can to recount) it seemed like the battery wouldn't hold a charge."