Fashion

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English

Noun

Fashion (countable and uncountable; plural Fashions)
  1. (countable) A current (constantly changing) trend, favored for frivolous rather than practical, logical, or intellectual reasons.
  2. (countable) A style, or manner, in which to do something.
  3. (uncountable) Popular trends.

Verb

Fashion (third-person singular simple present Fashions, present participle Fashioning, simple past and past participle Fashioned)

  1. To make, build or construct.

Adjectives for Fashion

convincing; casual; improving; scimitar; belated; futile; paternal; masterly; promising; authentic; sumptuous; peculiar; sinister; bourgeois; summery; changing; refreshing; military; charming; comical; vigorous; cold-blooded; casual; coat; outstanding; debonair; dress; sensational; gay; important; hurried; righteous; tawdry; wicked; pernicious; bygone; graceful; latest; effeminate; aesthetic; school-boy; regal; exclusive; foolish; beastly; fickle; mythical; tragic; fine; quaint; excellent; picturesque; debased; florid; symbolic; polluted; seemly; obedient; faultless; orderly; jovial; delicate; hearty; squalid; metropolitan; expensive; liberal; excited; impulsive; infantine; unstudied; unostentatious; accepted; surly; taciturn; shifting; smart; early; appealing; distinctive; formless; hellish; malignant; piquant; self-respecting; desultory; unbecoming; perfect; coordinating; candid; straightforward; corduroy; fantastic; rare; oriental; prevailing; serious; high-and-mighty; outlandish; simple; superficial; identical; classic; perpendicular; intrusive; orthodox; rude; bungling; haphazard; obvious; offensive; primitive; phlegmatic; dramatic; feminine; fanciful; diverting; characteristic; feeble; brilliant; stimulating; fastidious; clownish; enervating; window-shutter; democratic; brutal; halting; obsolete; fugitive; literary; noble; obstinate; materialistic; unceremonious; ornate; reckless; romantic; humblest; patriarchal; gossipy; chatty; forced; upstart; plain; childish; united; inconvenient; awkward; listless; vague; antique; bovine; lavish; merciless; beneficent; contradictory; womanly.

Verbs for Fashion

accommodate—; anticipate—; appraise by—; attune to—; balk at—; create—; decree ——; follow—; influence—; purvey—; rule—; set—; style—; —derives from; —dies out; —endures; —fades; —flickers out; —prevails ; —roots in.

Adverbs for Fashion

primitively; crudely; superbly; flawlessly; deftly; tenderly; meticulously; delicately; comically; sensationally; gaily; perniciously; aesthetically; quaintly; picturesquely; symbolically; unostentatiously; fantastically; rudely; haphazardly; offensively; dramatically; characteristically; fastidiously; democratically; ornately; awkwardly.

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Thesaurus

aesthetic form, affectation, algorithm, anatomy, angle, apparel, approach, archetype, architectonics, architecture, arrangement, array, art form, aspect, assemble, attack, attire, attitude, bedizenment, block out, bon ton, build, building, carve, cast, chic, chisel, clothes, clothing, command of language, complexion, compose, composition, compound, concoct, configuration, conformation, conformity, constitution, construct, construction, consuetude, contrive, convention, costume, course, craze, create, creation, cry, custom, cut, design, devise, drapery, dress, dressing, drift, duds, effect, efform, eidolon, elaborate, erect, established way, etiquette, evolve, exaggeration, expression of ideas, extrude, fabric, fabricate, fabrication, facet, fad, fashionable, fashioning, fatigues, feathers, feature, feeling for words, fig, figuration, figure, fix, folkway, forge, forging, form, form of speech, formalize, format, formation, formulate, found, frame, fudge together, furore, garb, garments, gear, genre, gestalt, get up, getup, grace of expression, grandiloquence, guise, habiliment, habit, hew, image, imago, impression, in fashion, indite, inflation, inner form, investiture, investment, knead, knock out, lay out, layout, lick into shape, light, likeness, line, line of action, lineaments, linen, lines, literary style, look, make, make up, makeup, making, mania, manner, manner of speaking, manner of working, mannerism, manners, manufacture, matrix, mature, means, method, methodology, mint, modality, mode, mode of expression, mode of operation, mode of procedure, model, modus, modus operandi, mold, molding, mores, mould, observance, order, organic structure, organism, organization, patch together, pattern, patterning, peculiarity, personal style, phase, phasis, physique, piece together, plan, plot, practice, praxis, prefabricate, prepare, prescription, procedure, proceeding, process, produce, production, proper thing, prototype, put together, put up, rage, rags, raiment, raise, rear, reference, regard, respect, rhetoric, ritual, robes, rough out, roughcast, roughhew, routine, run up, sculpt, sculpture, seeming, semblance, sense of language, set, set up, setup, shape, shaping, side, significant form, simulacrum, slant, social convention, sportswear, stamp, standard behavior, standard usage, standing custom, strain, structure, structuring, style, stylistic analysis, stylistics, system, tack, tailor, taste, technique, tectonics, tendency, tenor, texture, the drill, the grand style, the how, the in thing, the last word, the latest thing, the plain style, the rage, the sublime, the way of, thermoform, thing, threads, time-honored practice, tissue, togs, toilette, ton, tone, total effect, tradition, trend, trick, trim, turn, turn out, twig, twist, type, usage, use, vein, vestment, vesture, view, viewpoint, vogue, warp and woof, way, wear, wearing apparel, weave, web, what is done, whomp up, wise, wont, wonting, work, write

Etymology

From Middle English facioun, from Old French faceon, fazon, façon (fashion, form, make, outward appearance), from Latin factiō (a making), from faciō (do, make); see fact. Compare faction, a doublet of fashion.

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