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Word: OLD

The word OLD has appeared in at least 705 clues on different crosswords.

OLD definition(s):

  • past times (especially in the phrase `in days of old'')
  • (used especially of persons) having lived for a relatively long time or attained a specific age; especially not young; often used as a combining form to indicate an age as specified as in `a week-old baby''
  • of long duration; not new
  • of an earlier time
  • lacking originality or spontaneity; no longer new

Clue(s)
"""-- Ironsides"""
"""... an ___ dog new tricks"""
"""... and honour the face of the ___ man"" (Lev. 19:32)"
"""... at the ___ ball game!"""
"""...at the ___ ball game!"""
"""And Noah was five hundred years ___"" (Ge 5:32)"
"""And Noah was five hundred years ___"" (Gen 5:32)"
"""Arsenic and ___ Lace"""
"""Broke into the ___ apartment"""
"""I hope I die before I get ___"""
"""In the Good ___ Summertime"""
"""It's still the same ___ story"""
"""It's still the same ___ story... """
"""It's the Same --- Song"""
"""Nine ___ men"""
"""Nine days ___"""
"""No Country for ___ Men"""
"""On, brave ___ Army team"""
"""School"" of rap"
"""Something ___, something..."""
"""Something ___... """
"""Stand like Druids of ___"": Longfellow"
"""That ___ Black Magic"""
"""The Night They Drove ___ Dixie Down"""
"""The ___ Man and the Sea"""
"""The ___ Professor"" (Casey Stengel's nickname)"
"""The ___ Professor,"" Casey Stengel"
"""There is no fool like an ___ fool"""
"""This ___ House"""
"""This ___ House"" (gospel song)"
"""Too soon ___, too late smart"""
"""When I Grow Too ___ to Dream"""
"""You're a Grand ___ Flag"""
"""___ Black Magic"""
"""___ Cape Cod,"" Patti Page hit"
"""___ Devil Moon"" (song from ""Finian's Rainbow"")"
"""___ Fashioned Love Song"""
"""___ Gringo"" (1989)"
"""___ Hickory"""
"""___ Man Yells At Cloud"" (meme)"
"""___ Man and the Sea."""
"""___ Yeller"""
"""___ Yeller"" (Peck flick)"
"""___ lawyers never die, they just lose their appeal"""
'Grumpy -- Men ('93 film)'
"1985 Neil Young album ""___ Ways"""
"19th-century, say"
"30, to some."
36 Like Father William
"80 or over, say"
Abe adjective
"Adam Sandler's ""Four Years ___"""
Adjective for Eubie Blake
Adjective for Faithful
Adjective for Methuselah
Advanced in years
Aged
Along in years
Ancient
Ancient Machine Head jam?
Ancient.
Antediluvian
Antiquarian
Antiquated
Antique
Antique.
Any ___ time
Archaic
Archive-worthy
Around a long time
Around forever
As ___ as Methuselah
As ___ as the hills
Bailey or Vic
Bailey or fogy
Before boy or chap
Big ___
Born long ago
Broken-down
Bygone
"Chicago hit ""___ Days"""
Chronic
Classical?
Clich
"Collectible, maybe"
Comparable to hills?
Creaky
DIRTY ___ MAN
Dated
Dated.
Definitely not new
Discontinued
Doddery
Done to death
Elderly
"Elderly Machine Head hit off ""Burn My Eyes""?"
"Eric Clapton ""Hello ___ Friend"""
Erstwhile
Experienced
"Experienced, as a pro"
Experienced.
Faithful lead-in
Faithful or reliable word
"Falling apart, maybe"
Familiar
"Familiar, as a joke"
"Familiar, as friends"
Far along in years
Far from fresh
"Fifty years your senior, e.g."
Follower or preceder of age
Form of English
Former
Former.
Fossilized
Fossillike
From a prior era
From an earlier time
From some time back
From the dawn of time
From the past
From way back
Full of years
GOP center
GOP member?
GOP part
GOP section
GOP segment?
Gathering dust
Geezerish
Geriatric
Getting on
Getting on in years
Getting on.
Getting tiresome
Getting up there
Glory or Ironsides
Glory or gold
Glory or guard preceder
Glory or hat
Glory or maid
Glory or maid preceder
Glory preceder
"Going way back, as friends"
Good days?
"Gospel standard ""___ Rugged Cross"""
"Grate, with ""get,"" or what this puzzle's theme answers get"
"Gray mare, e.g."
Gray's partner
Gray's partner?
"Gray, say"
Gray-bearded
Gray-headed
Gray-headed.
Grizzly
Hackneyed
Hand or timer
Hardly a spring chicken
Hardly born yesterday
Hardly cutting-edge
Hardly fresh
Hardly original
Hat or Faithful
Hat or maid leader
Having had many birthdays
Hemingway title word
Hoary
Hoary.
"Hootie & the Blowfish hit ""___ Man & Me"""
Immemorial
Immemorial.
In need of repair
In the low 90s?
Ironsides or Hickory
Ironsides or Vic
Jolly ___ Saint Nick
Kind of fogy
Kind of hand or hat
Kind of hand.
Kind of hat or wives' tale
Kind of home week.
Kind of maid or master
Kind of maid or moon
Kind of man or maid
King Cole
King Cole-like
Lifelong
Like Deng Xiaoping when he died
Like Farmer MacDonald
Like Father Christmas
Like Father Time
Like Father William
Like George Blanda when he finally retired
Like Glory
Like Glory?
Like Hemingway's man of the sea
Like Joe Miller jokes
Like Joe in a Foster song
Like King Cole
"Like Lifetime Achievement Award winners, typically"
Like MacDonald
Like MacDonald of song
Like MacDonald or Glory
Like MacDonald?
Like Methuselah
"Like Millvina Dean, the last living survivor from the Titanic"
Like Mother Hubbard
Like Nick or Harry
"Like Phil Niekro when he retired, relatively"
Like Picasso's guitarist
Like Tithonus
Like Vic or Bailey
Like Victorian Era homes
Like Yeller
Like a centenarian
Like a chestnut
Like a fogy
Like a fossil
Like a geezer
Like a geriatrician's patient
Like a joke that gets few laughs
Like a joke told far too often
Like a rerun
Like a worn dime
Like an antique
Like an octogenarian
Like antiques
Like centenarians
Like chestnuts
Like dirt?
Like dog Tray
Like grandpa
Like heirlooms
Like many a joke
Like many kids' jokes
Like most carbon dating specimens
Like most carbon-dating specimens
Like most codgers
Like octogenarians
Like overused jokes
Like retreads
Like senior citizens
Like some black magic
Like some news
Like some timers?
Like something from the Jurassic Period
Like something from the Jurassic period
Like stale jokes
"Like stuff in the attic, often"
Like tall redwoods
Like the Curiosity Shop
Like the farmer MacDonald
"Like the food in the back of the fridge, maybe"
Like the gray mare
Like the gray mare of song
Like the hills
Like the hills?
Like the man in a Hemingway title
Like the oaken bucket
Like too many jokes
Like very familiar jokes
Like yesterday's news
Long established
Long familiar
Long familiar: Colloq.
Long in the tooth
Long in tooth
Long practiced
Long practiced.
Long used.
Long-established
Long-known
Long-lasting
Long-lived
Long-standing
Long-time
Longstanding
Longtime
Maid or hat
Maid or master
Master or maid
Mature
Medieval
"Medieval, e.g."
Methuselah-like
Mossy
Moth-eaten
Much-used
"Neil Young's ""___ King"""
"Neil Young's ""___ Man"""
"Neil Young: ""___ Man"""
Nick or Vic
No longer amusing
No longer current
No longer funny
No longer used
No spring chicken
Noachian
Not a spring chicken
Not cutting-edge
Not fresh
Not fresh.
Not funny anymore
Not modern.
Not new
Not original
Not very original
Not young
O.T. part
O.T. segment
OPPOSITE OF 11-DOWN
Oaken bucket or gray mare
Obsolete
Of long standing
"Of long standing, as a friend"
Of long standing.
On in years
On its last legs
One kind of maid.
One of the Testaments
Onetime
Opposite of young
Out of date
Out of production
Out of use
Out of vogue
Out-of-date
Out-of-print
Outdated
Outmoded
"Outmoded, e.g."
Outworn
Outworn.
Over 100
Over the hill
Overfamiliar
"Overfamiliar, as a joke"
Overused
Part of G.O.P.
Part of GOP
Part of O.T.
Part of VSOP
"Part of the ""Stepquote."""
Pass
Passe
Pass
Past
Past maturity
Past one's prime
Past prime
"Picasso's ""The ___ Guitarist"""
Played out
Popular long ago
Pre-Columbian
Prehistoric
Previous
Previous.
Previously heard
Previously superseded
Primeval
Primitive
"Pulitzer winner, ""The ___ Maid"": 1935"
Requiring many candles
Requiring many candles on a birthday cake
Requiring many candles on one's cake
Resembling King Cole
"Rusted, perhaps"
Sappho specialty
Seasoned
Seasoned.
Second-hand
Secondhand
Showing some age
"Simon & Garfunkel's ""___ Friends"""
"Singer's ""___ Love"": 1979"
So five minutes ago
So last year
Something ___ (bride's need)
Stale
"Stale, perhaps"
"Stale, say"
Superannuated
Superseded
Tedious
Ten years your senior?
"The ""O"" in G.O.P."
The O in GOP
The ___ man
The kind of friends that go way back
"Three Dog Night's ""___ Fashioned Love Song"""
Time-honored
Time-honored.
Time-tested
Time-worn
Timeworn
Tired
Tiresome
"Tiresome, like a joke"
Told far too often
Told too many times
Told too much
Told too often
"Tom ""___ 98"" Harmon"
Traditional
Tried and true
Tried-and-true
Trite
Twice-told
Unlike a spring chicken
Unlike rookies
Unlike spring chickens
Unmodern
Unmodernized
Unoriginal
Up in years
Up there
Up there in years
"Up there, say"
Used
Used.
VSOP part
Venerable
Venerable.
Veteran
Vintage
Well-established
Well-seasoned
Well-worn
"Wharton's ""The ___ Maid"""
What The Who didn't want to get
What few want to grow
What most jokes are
White-haired
Wise.
Wives' tale descriptor
Word before Faithful or Yeller
Word before Glory or Testament
Word before Spice or Navy
Word before country or school
Word before glory or faithful
Word before hat or bat
Word before hat or hand
Word before hat or school
Word before master or school
Word before school or master
Word in many nicknames
Word replaced in three answers in this puzzle
"Word with ""Faithful"" or ""Glory"""
"Word with ""Glory"" or ""Testament"""
"Word with ""Spice"" in a brand name"
"Word with ""chap"" or ""fellow"""
"Word with ""school"" or ""guard"""
Word with Glory
Word with Glory or Testament
Word with Harry or Nick
Word with Spice or El Paso in brand names
Word with chap or fellow
Word with country or world
Word with gold or rose
Word with guard or gate
Word with guard or goat
Word with hand or hat
Word with hat or hand
Word with hat or school
Word with hat or timers
Word with maid or hand
Word with maid or man
Word with maid or master
Word with man or maid
Word with man or woman
Word with reliable or Faithful
Word with school or guard
World leader?
Worn
Worn out
Worn-out
Yeller's adjective
Yesterday's
Yore
___ Bailey
___ Bay State.
___ Dominion (Virginia)
___ Dominion Monarchs
___ Faithful
___ Faithful (famous geyser)
___ Faithful.
___ Glory
___ Glory (U.S. flag)
___ Glory.
___ Gold (pretzel brand)
___ Harry (Satan)
___ Hickory
___ Hickory (Andrew Jackson)
___ Hickory.
___ Ironsides (the USS Constitution)
___ Joe: British clock tower
"___ MacDonald, owner of a variety of livestock."
___ Milwaukee beer
___ Navy
___ Ned (Satan)
___ Port of Quebec (National Historic Site)
___ Spice aftershave
___ Tom Morris (golf legend)
___ Tom Morris (second British Open winner)
___ Vic
___ Vic.
___ World (Columbus's starting point)
___ as the hills
___ dog Tray.
___ fart
___ guard
___ hat
___ hat (trite)
___ hat.
___ maid.
___ money
___ rose
___ school
___- - Fashioned Love Song
___-school (traditional)
___-timers game
___hat: dated
Vintage
Out of use
With 4-Down Fred Gipson book that won a 1957 Newbery Honor
Dated
Vintage
So last month
Ancient
Way past voting age
On in years
With 6 Down, name for the third-oldest US college
Advanced in years
— Faithful
Ancient
Far along in life
Overfamiliar
No longer current
Up there in years
Aged
Elderly in doldrums
Long-established
Antiquated
Hat or hand preceder
Elderly
School definitely has got stale
Like most knock-knock jokes
Trite
Ancient
Like many collectible coins
Aged
Ancient
What all the sides reveal here today isn't new
Dated
Type of man, woman or maid
Long-established
Right jolly ___ elf (Santa)
Vintage
Elderly
Unoriginal
Having been around longer than most
Antique
Hackneyed
On in years
Antediluvian
Antediluvian
Ancient
Long in the tooth
Dated
Dated
Aged
Elderly
Scolding gets stale
Elderly
Ancient
Merrie ___ England
C M —, England Test cricketer who took 7-50 against Pakistan at Birmingham in 1978
Elderly and then some
Trite
Elderly
Fool dancing gets stale
Ancient
Vintage
Prehistoric
Far from new
Past one's prime
Aged
Long-established
Elderly
What it takes decades to grow
What ''paleo-'' means
Antiquated
With 18-Down, 1957 Disney tearjerker
Not up-to-date
No longer funny
Like the hills, in a simile
— Faithful
Like a Hemingway title man
Vintage
Obsolete
Ancient
White-haired
Ancient
Former
Fool dancing with elderly
Antique
Antique
Superannuated
Not new
Told too often, as a joke
Aged
Aged
Young's opposite
Young's opposite
Antique
Dated
No longer amusing
Time-honored
Very experienced in wool dyeing?
Outdated
"So last year"
Antique
Elderly
Hoary
Elderly
GOP part
Elderly
So last year
In one's golden years
Outdated
Veteran, maybe, but still a bit soldierly
Tried-and-true
Ancient
Not funny anymore
Elderly
Nocturnal creature (3)
Low-flying bird (3)
Like King Cole
Antique
Elderly
Ancient
Dated
Hoary
Not new
Elderly
No longer funny
__ Navy: discount retailer
Aged
"... at the __ ball game!": song lyric
Word before Scratch or Nick
Hardly fresh
Elderly
Cool diversion gets stale
Unlike spring chickens
Antique
Dated
Very experienced in wool dyeing
____ Glory
Elderly
Ancient
Elderly
Ancient
Elderly
So last year
Primitive
Stale
Antique
Like those bygone days in Colditz
Unoriginal
Word before Vic or Bailey
Long in the tooth
Past one's prime
Ancient
Vintage
Elderly
Dated
Out-of-date
Past one's "sell by" date
___ Father Christmas
Elderly
Elderly
Aged fool dances inside it
Ancient
Previous
Hardly fresh
Elderly
Aged
No longer funny
Elderly
Elderly
Antiquated
Elderly
Unoriginal
Elderly
Like Yeller
Like an oft-told joke
Very experienced in wool dyeing
This largely describes potatoes
Vintage
Not likely to breakdance
From the past
Ancient
Aged
U-turn from new
Elderly

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