ioned


ioned
com·plex·ioned;
old-fash·ioned·ness;
opin·ioned;
pin·ioned;
old-fash·ioned·ly;

English syllables. 2014.

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  • old´-fash´ioned|ly — old fash|ioned «OHLD FASH uhnd», adjective. 1. of an old fashion; out of fashion: »an old fashioned dress. The writing was old fashioned and rather uncertain, like that of an elderly lady (Charlotte Brontë). SYNONYM(S): out of date, fusty. 2.… …   Useful english dictionary

  • old-fash|ioned — «OHLD FASH uhnd», adjective. 1. of an old fashion; out of fashion: »an old fashioned dress. The writing was old fashioned and rather uncertain, like that of an elderly lady (Charlotte Brontë). SYNONYM(S): out of date, fusty. 2. keeping to old… …   Useful english dictionary

  • com|plex|ioned — «kuhm PLEHK shuhnd», adjective. having a certain kind of complexion: »dark complexioned. Usage See complected for usage note. (Cf. ↑complected) …   Useful english dictionary

  • full-fash|ioned — «FUL FASH uhnd», adjective. (of hose, sweaters, or other garments) knitted to fit the shape of the foot, leg, or body …   Useful english dictionary

  • new-fash|ioned — «NOO FASH uhnd, NYOO », adjective. of a new fashion; lately come into style. SYNONYM(S): modern …   Useful english dictionary

  • o|pin|ioned — «uh PIHN yuhnd», adjective. 1. having an opinion: »to be otherwise opinioned. 2. = opinionated. (Cf. ↑opinionated) …   Useful english dictionary

  • pin|ioned — «PIHN yuhnd», adjective. having pinions; winged …   Useful english dictionary

  • self-o|pin|ioned — «SEHLF uh PIHN yuhnd», adjective. = self opinionated. (Cf. ↑self opinionated) …   Useful english dictionary

  • un|fash|ioned — «uhn FASH uhnd», adjective. 1. not modified by art; not molded. 2. not having a regular form; shapeless …   Useful english dictionary

  • old-fashioned — old′ fash′ioned adj. 1) of a kind that is no longer in style 2) favored or prevalent in former times: old fashioned ideas[/ex] 3) having the conservative behavior, ways, ideas, or tastes of earlier times • Etymology: 1645–55 old′ fash′ioned•ly,… …   From formal English to slang


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