something in fashion, as at a particular time: Short hairdos were the vogue in the twenties.
popular currency, acceptance, or favor; popularity: The book is having a great vogue.
- pre·vogue, noun
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How to use vogue in a sentence
Models of gargantuan proportions—trained on billions of data points for several days—are in vogue, and likely won’t be going away any time soon.Tiny four-bit computers are now all you need to train AI | Karen Hao | December 11, 2020 | MIT Technology Review
Click here to view a large version of the chartBefore cigarettes came into vogue, this malady was rare.This chart shows how far we’ve come in fighting cancer | Eleanor Cummins | December 3, 2020 | Popular-Science
Sample return missions are becoming increasingly in vogue, as evidenced by NASA’s OSIRIS-REx mission and China’s current Chang’e 5 drilling operation on the moon.Japan is about to bring back samples of an asteroid 180 million miles away | Neel Patel | December 2, 2020 | MIT Technology Review
The reason we even have players such as Mack is because the 3-4 outside linebacker became en vogue roughly 40 years ago.In modern defensive fronts, the names have been changed | Richard Johnson | November 23, 2020 | Washington Post
As BofA equities analysts noted in a report on Friday, “long-term fundamental investing is out of vogue, but may be the best arbitrage opportunity out there.”Buffett’s big bet on Japan sends global stocks higher | Bernhard Warner | August 31, 2020 | Fortune
Jourdan Dunn is the first sole black woman to feature on a British ‘vogue’ cover in 12 years.One Vogue Cover Doesn’t Solve Fashion’s Big Race Problem | Danielle Belton | January 2, 2015 | THE DAILY BEAST
When it was announced that Jourdan Dunn would be the first black model to cover British vogue in twelve years it made me sad.One Vogue Cover Doesn’t Solve Fashion’s Big Race Problem | Danielle Belton | January 2, 2015 | THE DAILY BEAST
Someone recently sent me an old Joan Didion essay on self-respect that appeared in vogue.Daphne Merkin on Lena Dunham, Book Criticism, and Self-Examination | Mindy Farabee | December 26, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Anna Wintour, editor-in-chief of American vogue, once worked there.
But the Madonna videos—particularly “Express Yourself” and “vogue”—are uniquely spectacular.
Fern cases were very much in vogue some years ago, and this is really a very delightful way of cultivating the plants.How to Know the Ferns | S. Leonard Bastin
Nicknames among this class of poor whites in the South seem singularly like those in vogue in New England.Ramona | Helen Hunt Jackson
In Parliament, where of course the old costly fashions have long been out of vogue, the change is equally noticeable.
First, the introduction of pistons, inserted between the key-slips, which replaced the clumsy composition pedals then in vogue.The Recent Revolution in Organ Building | George Laing Miller
This method is in vogue in some sections, because still less money is required to keep property insured.Putnam's Handy Law Book for the Layman | Albert Sidney Bolles
British Dictionary definitions for vogue
the popular style at a specified time (esp in the phrase in vogue)
a period of general or popular usage or favour: the vogue for such dances is now over
(usually prenominal) popular or fashionable: a vogue word
- voguish, adjective
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