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Use "old fashioned" in a sentence
"This rounded wooden masher is a handy device for making drinks as old fashioned as an old-fashioned and any of the new age concoctions, like lychees muddled into a saketini."
"The view of the prairie stretching "in airy undulations far away," and of the eddying current of the Mississippi, there as everywhere deep and majestic, with its banks skirted with autumn-colored foliage, was enough to commend the old fashioned system of stages to more general use."
"With old fashioned lock picks, you had to navigate each tumbler in the lock separately, which meant sitting in front of the lock for a long time, with the equivalent of a big neon sign saying BREAKING AND ENTERING over your head."