And no matter what else a person eats, it is de rigueur to get an order of baked macaroni and cheese on the side.
Of course, there was a time when facial hair was de rigueur on Wall Street.
But they have become de rigueur in the Iran being carved out by the Green Movement.
And her denials and legal threats are faithfully modeled after the de rigueur motions of past sex-tape shock-feigning stars.
For startup stars and seasoned vets of the tech scene, cocktail attire and jaded excitement were de rigueur.
A black dress coat is de rigueur, black pantaloons ditto; but the dress coat and the pantaloons may be old, dirty, and shabby.
Respect for age is de rigueur at all times, like clean hands.
Toasts were de rigueur: no glass of wine was to be taken by a guest without comprehending a lady, or a covey of ladies. '
It is de rigueur that he should carry some piece of iron on his person.
It was de rigueur for ladies to conceal their faces with fans.
A French term meaning necessary according to convention: “Formal dress is de rigueur at weddings.”