fad[ fad ]SEE DEFINITION OF fad
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FAD
I see some man in the East has a fad for breaking the ice in the river and going swimming.
For at bottom, atheism is either a fad or a trade or a fatuity.
I laughed at this fad, and, not thinking him incorrigible I took him into my service.
Every private inclination is a fad, and even fads have their fixed forms.
It was a fad of the Doctor's to pass an afternoon on the farm, gathering stones.
"Watching it this way could get to be a fad," the repairman said, at last, almost inaudibly.
A fad with an uncommon amount of backbone to it, apparently.
Once again, it was my fad to like such places, and Dollmann cleared me out.
Going to college is getting to be the fashion—almost a fad in some places.
As for his being English, it was just a fad of Manderson's to have an English secretary.