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  • s  (used pejoratively) out of fashion; old fashioned

  • Wasp-waisted Chinese Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek agrees with President Roosevelt that the present is no time for old-fogyish, orthodox finance.
  • Gone from the front page are the old-fogyish editorial cartoons, as well as the proclamation that this is the "American Paper for Americans.
  • His work is now done by a "Council of Three" Mitsui minions (who hate, fear and dodge photographers) : domineering, onetime newspaperman Seihin Ikeda; softspoken, old-fogyish .

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