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not on duty, absent, finished, inoperative, negligible, outside, postponed, slender, slight, slim.
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Correct spelling:
vintage
Definition:
The gathering of grapes: the yearly produce of grapes: the time of grape- gathering.

Synonyms:

adjective
age-old
well-established, ageold.
aged
aged, ancient, durable, elderly, geriatric, mature, matured, octogenarian, old, ripe, superannuated, venerable.
antique
antiquarian, archaic, obsolete, olden, outdated, vintage.
classic
prototypal, prototypical, representative, simple, standard, time-honored, typical, usual.
classic/classical
archetypal, capital, champion, consummate, definitive, distinguished, esthetic, exemplary, famous, fine, finest, first-rate, flawless, ideal, master, masterly, paradigmatic, paramount, perfect, quintessential, ranking, superior, top, well-known, top-notch.
dowdy
antiquated, baggy, bedraggled, blowsy, bygone, dated, dingy, drab, dull, frowzy, frumpy, homely, moldy, out-of-date, outmoded, plain, scrubby, shabby, slatternly, sloppy, slovenly, stodgy, tacky, tasteless, unfashionable, unkempt, unseemly, unstylish, untidy, wrinkled, old hat, run-down, passé.
old
age-old, constant, continuing, enduring, established, experienced, firm, hardened, inveterate, lifelong, long-lasting, long-lived, perennial, perpetual, practiced, skilled, solid, steady, versed, veteran, Familiar, Staying, of long standing.
old-fashioned
ancient, antique, disapproved, dowdy, extinct, musty, neglected, obsolescent, old-hat, old-time, past, primitive, rococo, superannuated, grown old, outworn, not with it, out of it, demoded, oldfangled, of old, out-of-style, behind the times, not current, not modern, of the old school, démodé, of olden days, old-fangled, out of style, dead*, out*, corny*, odd*.
outdated/out-of-date
anachronous, dusty, has-been, moth-eaten, out, square, tired, back number.
outmoded
horse and buggy, anachronistic, dinosaur, disused, fossilized.
passe
passer.
time-honored
long-established, taken for granted, Folker.
vintage
best, choice, classic, classical, excellent, mature, old, prime, rare, ripe, select, selected, venerable.
noun
crop
byproduct, fruitage, gathering, output, produce, product, yield, Gleaning, Reaping, Fruits, crops, annual production, season's growth.
food
vintage.
selected
choice, excellent, saved.
vintage
collection, epoch, era, generation, harvest, origin, time of origin, wine, year, Grapes.
Examples of usage:
  1. " I will make no rash promises, Odo"- the Great Lady took a wary sip of the paternal vintage-" but I will speak to dear Evelyn if you wish, although you certainly don't deserve to be forgiven." –  by
  2. The best vintage now to be bought, is of 1784; both of red and white. – Memoir, Correspondence, And Miscellanies, From The Papers Of Thomas Jefferson by Thomas Jefferson
  3. Next came the Quakers, who were of the same vintage as the veterans, but dressed like elderly English professors. – Super Man and the Bug Out by Cory Doctorow
  4. The vintage is not the equal of that of the Bordeaux region, perhaps, nor of Chinon, nor Saumur; but the vin du pays of the Cher and the Loire, around Tours, is not to be despised. – Castles and Chateaux of Old Touraine and the Loire Country by Francis Miltoun
  5. I make no excuse for not offering you vintage port. – The Wicked Marquis by E. Phillips Oppenheim

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