horse-and-buggy


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  • adj

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relating to the time before automobiles (and other inventions) changed the way people lived in industrialized nations

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When you are from the horse-and-buggy days, you are part of all of this,'' Meyer said, driving his golf cart around his property.
We're a peaceful bunch, my maggots and I, so we were shocked to open Limbaugh's monumental bestseller, The Way Things Ought To Be, to read that we want "to roll us back, maybe not to the Stone Age, but at least to the horse-and-buggy era.
New to the exhibit is a 1915 horse-and-buggy mail wagon.
In July, the network managers expect to increase data transmission rates from a horse-and-buggy rate of 56 kilobits per second to a respectable but hardly supersonic 1.
It is a transition not unlike going from a horse-and-buggy to motorized transport," he says.