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old-established

adjective
  1. established for a long time
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Historical Examples

  • Your advice was the less needed, seeing I am an old-established ——.

    A Budget of Paradoxes, Volume II (of II)

    Augustus de Morgan

  • It was an old-established portion of the structure of State.

  • It was an old-established and most respected firm, sound and wealthy.

  • In December, the old-established town of Pomona was incorporated.

  • It's a thousand pities with an old-established trade like this.

    Hobson's Choice

    Harold Brighouse