Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of Filofax.

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Examples

  • She entered the room like an Amazon general, an entourage of female soldiers spreading out before her with Filofaxes and bottles of mineral water.

    EVENING’S EMPIRE

  • She entered the room like an Amazon general, an entourage of female soldiers spreading out before her with Filofaxes and bottles of mineral water.

    EVENING’S EMPIRE

  • The women wore big shoulder pads and carried fat Filofaxes; the men sported dark Armani suits.

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  • She entered the room like an Amazon general, an entourage of female soldiers spreading out before her with Filofaxes and bottles of mineral water.

    EVENING’S EMPIRE

  • The women wore big shoulder pads and carried fat Filofaxes; the men sported dark Armani suits.

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  • Unfortunately, I personally think we'd have a better chance with eugenics - as, while eugenics is fairly unfashionable politically, the safeguards I referred to are about a billion times less fashionable than The Bay City Rollers, kipper ties and Filofaxes.

    Crappy Families 2 - Children Of The Damned

  • Still, it's a great transition gadget for technophobes ready to ditch their Filofaxes.

    Technotes

  • But suddenly all I can think of is how stupid the women on Oprah sound, with their stuffed Filofaxes and crammed closets.

    My Sister’s Keeper

  • Clearly our hosts did not want to have a bunch of media trendies rampaging round their island frightening the birds with their video cameras and Filofaxes, and they were only slightly mollified by the fact that all we had was one tiny Walkman tape recorder, and that we were being very meek and wellbehaved and trying not to order gin and tonics the whole time.

    Last Chance to See

  • Don't get me wrong, there are phones everywhere, although they seem to be attached to notebooks, moleskins, Franklin day planners and Filofaxes (so I feel right at home), but the mega phone that changes the world 'that everyone has' is, well, suddenly back down to the same ratio as its market percentage implies.

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