old school definition

  • noun:
    • a bunch dedicated to conventional a few ideas or practices: a diplomat of the old school.
    • a mode, way of thinking, or way for achieving an activity that has been utilized in a former period, remembered often for the inferiority to the present method, or even for its time-honored superiority within the brand new method.
    • a course of people favoring traditional some ideas
  • adjective:
    • Characteristic of a style, outlook, or technique employed in a former age, remembered both as inferior to the present style, or alternatively, remembered nostalgically as superior or better than this new style, the older denoting something which is considered out of date or out-of-fashion for some, but as such, is recognized as by others as cool and hip.
    • a school or celebration owned by an old time, or protecting the smoothness, way, or views of an old time; ; -- utilized also adjectively.
  • others:
    • Of the old-school; of earlier times; because originally or previously founded, propounded, or professed; old or traditional.

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