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Definitions

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  • n. Fashionableness.

Etymologies

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From fashionable +‎ -ity.

Examples

  • The 'fashionability'of being bisexual was I think helped a great deal by fashion magazines.

    No thanks Sappho, my mouth is full

  • Now that the pink wine is produced throughout the world and enjoying a period of fashionability, it's worth revisiting the motherland of rosé, as well as the writings of one of its biggest fans.

    A.J. Liebling's Favorite Rosé, Perfect for Summer

  • The good news is I'm still wearing the Carhartt hoodie I bought nearly 20 years ago, and the tide has once again swept me onto the shores of fashionability.

    Woolrich Chic

  • But there were periods, such as the 70s, when surges in working-class militancy – and working-class fashionability – threatened this supremacy.

    Is the British middle class an endangered species?

  • Wright, who has watched the harp gain acceptance in pop music while she shot her film in the spring, puts its new fashionability down to the fact so many bands have chosen to use its sound on stage: "The harp has lots of otherworldly associations and traditionally it was seen as quite a sweet feminine, almost heavenly instrument, but now musicians are taking the beautiful aspects of its sound and mixing it up."

    How Joanna Newsom made the harp hip

  • Some people don't seem to understand that and get quite exercised about the changing fashionability of body shape, heel height or what have you.

    Is it OK to wear animal print in autumn?

  • “This increasingly ephemeral city seems to place its highest values on such transient values as hipness, coolness, artfulness, and fashionability.”

    Makeshift Metropolis

  • From the Fortune 500 lists between 1994 and 2003, we selected 109 companies that both appeared on Fortune's America's Most Admired Companies lists and responded to an annual survey that provided information about their budgeted investments in eight IT or IT-enabled innovations that experienced a period of fashionability.

    The Surprising Role Of Fashion In Information Technology

  • Finally, most of the IT innovations we studied have, after the fanfare of fashionability subsided, become part of the work systems in the adopting companies.

    The Surprising Role Of Fashion In Information Technology

  • It's just that some women don't see an inability to walk as a problem in the pursuit of misguided fashionability.

    Never tell someone they look like a famous actor. And never wear skinny jeans either

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