Definitions for old-line

This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word old-line

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  1. old-line(Adjective)

    reactionary or conservative

  2. old-line(Adjective)

    long-established

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. Aaron Schaechterle:

    We're not playing a water scarcity theme per se, but instead the companies that are investing aggressively in technology products even in an old line industry.

  2. Ted Cruz:

    There's an old line: 'There's two ways to run: scared and unopposed,' i'm not unopposed, there's still a bunch of people in this race. So from our end, we're flying to New Hampshire and we're gonna work every day to win the votes of the men and women of New Hampshire.

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