Sentence Examples


  • The owner prides herself on the exquisite cuisine, old-fashioned courtesy and personal attention given to all customers. 
  • While British designer Laura Ashley had been popular since the 1950s - and the company's home furnishings are still hot in the UK today - her floral dresses, with their soft, old-fashioned stylings, really hit their stride in the 1980s.
  • This old-fashioned attitude may be at odds with what modern day companies think defines success, but clearly, SAS has remained true to its American-grown roots and want to maintain their reputation as a business who supports its own.
  • This old-fashioned attitude may be at odds with what modern day companies think defines success, but clearly, SAS has remained true to its American-grown roots and want to maintain their reputation as a business who supports its own.
  • Traditional cotton socks were valued for their comfort, but they trap sweat against the foot and stretch out of shape - the old-fashioned 'fuzzy ball' design was intended to keep the sock from sliding down into the shoe.