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Antiquated vs Old-fashioned - What's the difference?

antiquated | old-fashioned | Related terms |

Antiquated is a related term of old-fashioned.


As adjectives the difference between antiquated and old-fashioned

is that antiquated is old-fashioned, out of date while old-fashioned is of a thing, outdated or no longer in vogue.

As a noun old-fashioned is

a whiskey-based cocktail.

Old-fashioned vs Outmoded - What's the difference?

old-fashioned | outmoded | Related terms |

Old-fashioned is a related term of outmoded.


As adjectives the difference between old-fashioned and outmoded

is that old-fashioned is of a thing, outdated or no longer in vogue while outmoded is unfashionable.

As a noun old-fashioned

is a whiskey-based cocktail.

As a verb outmoded is

(outmode).

Frail vs Old-fashioned - What's the difference?

frail | old-fashioned | Related terms |

Frail is a related term of old-fashioned.


As adjectives the difference between frail and old-fashioned

is that frail is easily broken; mentally or physically fragile; not firm or durable; liable to fail and perish; easily destroyed; not tenacious of life; weak; infirm while old-fashioned is of a thing, outdated or no longer in vogue.

As nouns the difference between frail and old-fashioned

is that frail is a basket made of rushes, used chiefly for containing figs and raisins while old-fashioned is a whiskey-based cocktail.

As a verb frail

is to play a stringed instrument, usually a banjo, by picking with the back of a fingernail.

Old-fashioned vs Stale - What's the difference?

old-fashioned | stale | Related terms |

Old-fashioned is a related term of stale.


As an adjective old-fashioned

is of a thing, outdated or no longer in vogue.

As a noun old-fashioned

is a whiskey-based cocktail.

As an adverb stale is

always, all the time.

Old-fashioned vs Musty - What's the difference?

old-fashioned | musty | Related terms |

Old-fashioned is a related term of musty.


As adjectives the difference between old-fashioned and musty

is that old-fashioned is of a thing, outdated or no longer in vogue while musty is having a stale odor.

As a noun old-fashioned

is a whiskey-based cocktail.

Feeble vs Old-fashioned - What's the difference?

feeble | old-fashioned | Related terms |

Feeble is a related term of old-fashioned.


As adjectives the difference between feeble and old-fashioned

is that feeble is deficient in physical strength; weak; infirm; debilitated while old-fashioned is of a thing, outdated or no longer in vogue.

As a verb feeble

is (obsolete) to make feeble; to enfeeble.

As a noun old-fashioned is

a whiskey-based cocktail.

First vs Old-fashioned - What's the difference?

first | old-fashioned | Related terms |

First is a related term of old-fashioned.


As nouns the difference between first and old-fashioned

is that first is ridge (of roof) while old-fashioned is a whiskey-based cocktail.

As an adjective old-fashioned is

of a thing, outdated or no longer in vogue.

Ragged vs Old-fashioned - What's the difference?

ragged | old-fashioned | Related terms |

Ragged is a related term of old-fashioned.


As adjectives the difference between ragged and old-fashioned

is that ragged is rent or worn into tatters, or till the texture is broken while old-fashioned is of a thing, outdated or no longer in vogue.

As a verb ragged

is (rag).

As a noun old-fashioned is

a whiskey-based cocktail.

Old-fashioned vs Conventional - What's the difference?

old-fashioned | conventional | Related terms |

Old-fashioned is a related term of conventional.


As adjectives the difference between old-fashioned and conventional

is that old-fashioned is of a thing, outdated or no longer in vogue while conventional is pertaining to a convention, as in following generally accepted principles, methods and behaviour.

As nouns the difference between old-fashioned and conventional

is that old-fashioned is a whiskey-based cocktail while conventional is (finance) a conventional gilt-edged security, a kind of bond paying the holder a fixed cash payment (or coupon) every six months until maturity, at which point the holder receives the final payment and the return of the principal.

Aged vs Old-fashioned - What's the difference?

aged | old-fashioned | Related terms |

Aged is a related term of old-fashioned.


As adjectives the difference between aged and old-fashioned

is that aged is while old-fashioned is of a thing, outdated or no longer in vogue.

As a noun old-fashioned is

a whiskey-based cocktail.

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