out-of-fashion love

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • That is no longer in fashion or accepted use; antiquated.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • These are some of their makeovers, from simple or out-of-fashion interiors to contemporary homes with a well defined personality.

    Innovative Interiors by Specht Harpman

  • Previously The L.A. Art Boom What I find most surprising about what we see of the Resnicks 'collection is that two wealthy Southern Californians with no particular European or traditionalist background have dedicated themselves to collecting such out-of-fashion art.

    Nice Wing, Pity About the Art

  • Thank God for Thomas Spence ( "How to Raise Boys Who Read," Taste, Sept. 24), who not only has the guts to use out-of-fashion words like "taste," "manners" and "barbarian," but to shamelessly claim that they still have value.

    On Getting Boys to Acquire a Love of Reading Books

  • The real reason: It's a dinosaur, a hokey throwback to an out-of-fashion genre and a too-familiar subject.

    Roush Review: Lots of New TV, But Only One Kills It

  • Our out-of-fashion stuff piles up, filling landfills or clogging river ways and roadsides.

    Gregory Unruh: Sustainable Consumption: The Peacock's Dilemma

  • As Swihart's friend and fellow artist Peter Zokosky notes: "When Jon discovered Gerome, he couldn't have found a more out-of-fashion artist, so you know the connection has to be real."

    John Seed: Jon Swihart: Jean-Leon Gerome Is His Master

  • With its out-of-fashion tape-recording equipment, the House of Soul studio, as it's known, gives the Dap-Kings 'music a resonance that recalls the delightfully greasy soul tracks cut some four decades ago at Stax or Royal Recording in Memphis, Tenn., the Muscle Shoals Sound Studios in Sheffield, Ala., or Malaco's studio in Jackson, Miss.

    Analog Soul

  • If the fullback is out-of-fashion, having become football's equivalent of the Nehru jacket, it has enjoyed a renaissance at SUNY-Cortland.

    He's a Throwback and a Survivor

  • Music is not technology — it may become old-fashioned, or even temporarily out-of-fashion, but it never becomes obsolete.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • TW: You mentioned in your book that “high concept” is pretty much an out-of-fashion term in Hollywood.

    Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » Interview: A Conversation with Blake Snyder, Part 1

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