Definitions for old-line

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

old′-line′(adj.)

  1. following or supporting conservative or traditional ideas, customs, etc.

  2. traditional; established.

Origin of old-line:

1855–60

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  1. old-line(Adjective)

    reactionary or conservative

  2. old-line(Adjective)

    long-established

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