fashionable

[ fash-uh-nuh-buhl ]

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What, in the name of gentility, can you know of fashionable life?

But quizzing is now so fashionable—nobody can be angry with any body.

A fashionable publisher has offered him five hundred pounds for a book.

He might, perhaps, be led into all sorts of fashionable dissipation and vice.

It was a perpetual coming and going of fashionable personages.

Coining in the year I now write of was the fashionable crime.

Could it be possible for a fashionable charity to be anything but what it appeared to be?

I am by no means disposed to indulge in the fashionable ridicule of prejudice.

Brussels sprouts are fashionable now, they told me at market.

I should like to go and yet, you know, I am entirely unused to fashionable assemblages.

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