- a fashionable person.
Origin of fashionable
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1. chic, smart, modish, voguish, elegant.
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Examples from the Web for unfashionable
Thankfully, no one will be judging your unfashionable headwear under water.The World’s Craziest Underwater Adventures
May 14, 2014
Applied Predictive Technologies is based in unfashionable suburban Ballston, Virginia.Business Longreads for the Week of October 19, 2013
October 21, 2013
Constructive optimism is unfashionable in these cynical times, but it is not a crime.One State Can Be a Credible Alternative
September 27, 2013
Kate Middleton faced immediate criticism today for her unfashionable appearance at an event with the Queen.Kate Determined not to 'Do a Di'
March 1, 2012
She sat back for a moment, and stared out at the unfashionable street.Rope
The billiard-saloon was on the east side of the city, in an unfashionable locality.The Telegraph Boy
Horatio Alger, Jr.
To doing this, in a book, I have an unfashionable but unalterable objection.A History of the French Novel, Vol. 2
The dress of to-day is unfashionable to-morrow, because every body wears it.Practical Education, Volume II
They have come, you see, at last, even to this unfashionable corner of the island.The Lady of Lynn
- not fashionabledull unfashionable clothes; an unfashionable view
- conforming to fashion; in vogue
- of, characteristic of, or patronized by people of fashiona fashionable café
- (usually foll by with) patronized (by); popular (with)
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Word Origin and History for unfashionable
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