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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisholde-worldeolde-world‧e /ˌəʊldi ˈwɜːldi◂ $ ˌoʊldi ˈwɜːr-/ adjective British English informal  OLD-FASHIONEDa place that is olde-worlde has been decorated so that it looks old-fashioned an olde-worlde pub
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olde-worldeIt was on the news in an olde-worlde bierkeller where the volume couldn't compete with groups of arm-linked drunken singers.The town offers a tempting range of shops, olde-worlde pubs and restaurants.
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