The whitewashed version of an asexual old man that has been in place for a century is passé.
Lingerie—once so scandalous, erotic—was worse than taboo, it was passé.
Even television is passé; at one point Keizer tries screening a film only to notice that every kid but one is staring at a phone.
Taking short cuts is passé and transparency is the new black.
While researchers have bemoaned the lack of science on a major network, after this week that particular complaint will be passé.
And some were fat or passé, and more's the pity, but all were fragrant, and the name of that sweet vale was Santa Rosa.
But she could see he was passé, declassé, a prune pit in every way.
Snide item in smug, smartaleck gossip column: Saucers are passé at the Pentagon.
She is afraid her gowns are passé, that she looks old for her years, and that her prestige as Mrs. James Grandon is over forever.
Perhaps that explains why we dub persons who are passé "lemons."