Definition of old chestnut
- an over-repeated (i.e. "worn out") story. In the citation below, the term is used humorously because the story has never happened, and so it couldn't be over-repeated.
Citation from Austin Powers in Goldmember (2002 film) blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.
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Other terms relating to 'chestnut':
|Definitions include: something so often repeated it has become tiresome.|
Other terms relating to 'old':
|Definitions include: big, but not necessarily old.|
|Definitions include: a weakling; "wimp".|
|Definitions include: acronym for "burned out old fart".|
|Definitions include: a child who is similar to one or more of its parents.|
|Definitions include: backronym for "cool".|
|Definitions include: acronym for "dirty old fucking hippie".|
|Definitions include: an elderly person. Acronym of "fucking old person."|
|Definitions include: to have sex with someone who has an attractive body but an unattractive face.|
|Definitions include: to be annoying due to repetition.|
|Definitions include: to make a strong attempt.|
|Definitions include: to get rid of someone or something.|
|Definitions include: see good old boy.|
|Definitions include: a certain type of person living in the rural/southern United States; "hick"; "redneck".|
|Definitions include: acronym for "Grand Old Party."|
|Definitions include: a promiscuous woman.|
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