Synonyms for Old:
adj.•advanced in age (adjective)
aged, exhausted, impaired, seasoned, grizzled, inactive, infirm, geriatric, ancient, olden, veteran, mature, venerable, gray, hoary, elderly, matured, tired, senile, versed, experienced, superannuated.
geriatric, durable, matured, mature, elderly, superannuated, vintage, aged, octogenarian, ripe, ancient, venerable, advanced.
primeval, archaic, primordial, primitive, paleolithic, ancient, venerable, antiquated, timeworn, aged, antique, elderly, antediluvian.
past, historical, yore, previous, old-time, ancient, primordial, bygone, yesterday's, anteceding, former, primeval, ago.
•traditional, long-established (adjective)
long-lived, perennial, long-lasting, continuing, practiced, enduring, time-honored, vintage.
n.enduring, continue, long-lasting, lasting, continuing, perennial, persistent, ancestor, long-lived, perdurable, antiquity, permanent, abiding. inefficient, ineffective, faulty, pathetic, futile, worthless, purposeless, pointless, defective, timeworn. outdated, methuselah, pass, outmoded, oldster, the aged, the old, dowdy, pensioner, old folk, fusty, the elderly, dated. versed, ability, seasoned, experienced, veteran, practiced. •cherished (noun)
beloved, dear, good.
adult, experienced, grown.
old fashioned, outmoded.
magnificent, superb, great, excellent.
long-lived, enduring, perennial, perdurable, fusty, traditional, worn, age, remote, seasoned, continuing, versed, abiding. under, persistent. at. lasting. •decayed