or old fogey
Origin of old fogy
noun, plural fo·gies.
Origin of fogy
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They spoke of his adored Boston as an old-fogy place with "no git-up-and-git."In a Little Town
No man can make a greater mistake than to adopt these old-fogy ideas.Twenty Years of Hus'ling
J. P. Johnston
The poets were old-fogy chaps: they never saw the women of to-day, and well for them they did not.
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