How- ever, even inquests went out of vogue
at last, and ceased to torture Tom's conscience.
He said, "that new systems of nature were but new fashions, which would vary in every age; and even those, who pretend to demonstrate them from mathematical principles, would flourish but a short period of time, and be out of vogue
when that was determined."
There was a vast difference noticeable between these consummate apparatuses and the old cork breastplates, jackets, and other contrivances in vogue
during the eighteenth century.
I never could endure this compound, and indeed the preparation is not greatly in vogue
among the more polite Typees.
(She used the word "diplomat," which was just then much in vogue
among the children, in the special sense they attached to it.) "Why does she bother me?" And she added, turning to Vera, "You'll never understand it, because you've never loved anyone.