or old fogey
Origin of old fogy
Definition for old fogy (2 of 2)
noun, plural fo·gies.
Origin of fogy
Examples from the Web for old fogy
On the other hand, he had never got into the ways of the old-fogy set.
They spoke of his adored Boston as an old-fogy place with "no git-up-and-git."In a Little Town|Rupert Hughes
We Virginians and Kentuckians may be shelled up yet in our old-fogy notions; it's likely, as you say.
Everybody said that if old-fogy Virginia did not make haste to join this march, she would be left "a wreck behind."A Girl's Life in Virginia before the War|Letitia M. Burwell
The poets were old-fogy chaps: they never saw the women of to-day, and well for them they did not.