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Every private inclination is a fad, and even fads have their fixed forms.
THE NEW SOCIETYWALTHER RATHENAU
Do you know, Rose Millar, these decorators' fads are constantly changing?
"We're rather fond of fads at The Priory," explained Winnie.
"It's just another of your absurd fads, Patty Hirst," said Ella.
More than all, there are no fictitious values put upon fads and fancies of the hour,—nor even upon works of art.
UNVEILING A PARALLELALICE ILGENFRITZ JONES AND ELLA MARCHANT
That the church does not conform to all the theories—not to say vagaries and fads—of to-day is no discredit.
There were letters from people with fads; letters from cranks of every description; curious letters even from friends.
Her father looked at her with an amused face; looked down at these social fads of poor humanity from the height of his Olympus.
SOMEHOW GOODWILLIAM DE MORGAN
Some there are always and everywhere whose lives are given over to fads, fancies and frivolities.
The modern painter has a few tricks, a few fads; these give out, and nothing is left.
THE LIFE OF JAMES MCNEILL WHISTLERELIZABETH ROBINS PENNELL

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