Origin of passe
Definition for passe (2 of 2)
noun, plural pas·sés [pa-seyz; French pah-sey] /pæˈseɪz; French pɑˈseɪ/.
Origin of passé
Examples from the Web for passe
Shaving your head is passe and even tattoos are fading as a personalized cultural statement.This One Picture of Telly Savalas Refutes All Fears That Progress Has Ended|Nick Gillespie|October 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And 96 prouoke mee not I beseeche thee to passe the boundes of my good will and mynde.The Palace of Pleasure|William Painter
This is by the narrow arme whereby they passe into the riuer Parana: it is the more because it is the longer way.
Som thought to have fled, but were taken, the King of Firando haveing geven charge that no boate should passe out of the iland.Diary of Richard Cocks Vol. I|Richard Cocks
Souvent femme varie, and Toute passe, tout casse, tout lasse.Paris from the Earliest Period to the Present Day; Volume 1|William Walton
Which if it were so, if they should enter into it and finde no victuals to passe the winter, they could not chuse but perish.