fashion[ fash-uhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF fashion
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FASHION
No shaft that Percival was able to fashion had point enough to pierce it.
He has an air, it is true, but his air is not a breeze, like the air of a pretender to fashion.
For half an hour he rode in this fashion with his heart beating at his teeth.
Be a brother after thy own fashion, only see it be a brother thou art.
"But they must be sorry folk to bow down to the rich in such a fashion," said big John.
It was Burke who offered a diversion, a crude interruption after his own fashion.
At last we said, 'Evidently it is the fashion of this country to fight.
There is a fashion just now to call it dangerous and the tricycle safe.
Our meal was a perfectly English dinner, served and eaten in the English fashion.
After this fashion they came to the grass plains of the uplands.