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From the time of Dean Swift downwards, it has mostly suffered from being lamentably unfashionable.
It would only have to become unfashionable to visit studios on the Show Sundays for the painter to be left at peace.
She was gratified; but the weather was not brighter than the faces gathered upon the piazza, at a shockingly unfashionable hour.
ALONEMARION HARLAND
Though her brougham produced a sensation in the unfashionable streets into which she directed it, she was never annoyed.
GALLEGHER AND OTHER STORIESRICHARD HARDING DAVIS
One who worked with him at that time—a time when University reform was as unfashionable as it is now fashionable—well remembers.
The same face without a beard appears milder; for which reason, a beard becomes unfashionable in a polished nation.
The fashionable or unfashionable motor neither puffs nor smells.
"Full closes," unfashionable in modern music, are generally artificial in histories.
They rented a tiny cottage of three rooms in the unfashionable part of the town where rents were low.
This malady seems to have spread amongst all classes; the fashionable and the unfashionable, the strong-minded and the frivolous.

WORDS RELATED TO UNFASHIONABLE

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