Of, relating to, or characteristic of a time in the past.(adjective)
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Use "old-time" in a sentence
"For most people, the Ten Commandments represent not just an expression of old-time religion, but the expression of it."
"I am a big fan of what is now called old-time radio or the golden age of radio, particularly the shows that became synonymous with their sponsors and vice versa."
"Kennedy had the old-time music, the old-time programs—and no money to pay for them."