Meaning of fogeyish in English:



(also fogyish)

See fogey

‘‘I'm really fogeyish about this,’ she replies.’
  • ‘The stereotype is an elderly, fogeyish male, blissfully ignorant of the everyday concerns of people who appear before him.’
  • ‘Two months ago, when the change was announced, a fogeyish campaign was mounted to save the theme.’
  • ‘All of this fogeyish complaining stems from reading the title of this album, the debut from the Capitol Years.’
  • ‘The most animated ones are wearing fogeyish clothes: bow-ties and blazers.’