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Fashionable

Stylish; conforming to the latest mode of fashion.
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Of the five disaggregated components of product/service quality, fashionableness was ranked top with a mean score of 3.
Party Monster - about a bunch of idiots going to nightclubs in New York - and the crystal meth mess Spun were two dismal attempts at fashionableness which failed embarrassingly, while Meg Ryan was excruciating in the boringly juvenile sex thriller In The Cut.
However, its inner-city location and the fashionableness of the colonial style dwelling have attracted young, mostly professional people to the area who renovate the houses and hope to benefit from significant capital gains.
Veblen recognized that "the commercial value of the goods used for clothing in any modern community is made up to a much larger extent of the fashionableness, the reputability of the goods than of the mechanical service which they render in clothing the person of the wearer.
34) It should be pointed out that the very fashionableness of Ficino's Platonic teachings among Lorenzo's contemporaries helped, in turn, to foster a greater receptivity to the indirect Platonism of the Due- and Trecento lyricists.
188) Now, we turn to the community's sentiment and the law's reflection of it throughout history, and a review of infanticide's recurrent fashionableness and fades, or its rather bumpy walk down the historic runway.
Readers, who are likely to be involved already in the study of these questions, are thereby invited to consider problems of scope and method in relation to two disciplines, one of them now much more attentive to its social context and the other still coming to terms with its recent fashionableness.
high degree of knowledge [among middle-class teenagers surveyed] about the fashionableness of brands of clothes, athletic shoes,jeans, and makeup-particularly the more prestigious brands.
Yet what, to the Saulas, is also unavoidable, is that coffee quality must become a goal of the entire Spanish roasting community, now facing an incoming tide of Italian coffee brands that can capitalize on their fashionableness, as well as on their tastiness.
Seen from afar, Abstract Expressionism now appears as a movement that had long, slow, and often uncertain beginnings, all too brief a period of supreme achievement, and then a rapid descent into mannerism and fashionableness.
Fashionableness, required to demonstrate the respectability of the middle-class lady, required significant time, attention, and effort.
For example, different classes made use at different times of the parks, which themselves carried varying connotations of fashionableness in the public mind.