The trends are equally alarming when it comes to health insurance.
Ever the master of staying on top of trends, the pop star has become a Cat Daddy junkie.
The young royals have followed current trends by not hiring a British nanny who are often reported to be difficult employees.
Some trends are to die for, while others may actually kill you.
Of course, there were objections to these trends by some academic economists.
If the ridge bifurcates, always follow the branch that trends towards the middle of the pattern.
I stood on the high coast of Kepler Land where it trends southward.
We build on the trends of rapidity and simultaneity and seek to emphasize control and time.
They were first thought of by historians as tendencies and trends.
Beyond, or to the right of Telegraph hill, the city falls away to the northwest, and the bay shore also trends in that direction.
1590s, "to run or bend in a certain direction" (of rivers, coasts, etc.), from Middle English trenden "to roll about, turn, revolve," from Old English trendan, from Proto-Germanic *trandijanan (cf. Old English trinde "round lump, ball," Old Frisian trind, Middle Low German trint "round," Middle Low German trent "ring, boundary," Dutch trent "circumference," Danish trind "round"); origin and connections outside Germanic uncertain. Sense of "have a general tendency" (used of events, opinions, etc.) is first recorded 1863, from the nautical sense. Related: Trended; trending.
"the way something bends" (coastline, mountain range, etc.), 1777, from trend (v.); sense of "general tendency" is from 1884.