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  • adj. out of fashion


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  • She might have arrived at that age at which one intends to stop for the next ten years, but even a Frenchman would not have called her passee, -- that is, for a widow.

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  • Not having a shoulder on the road gives the "passee" no place to go if there is an oncoming car.

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  • I think this is the case when the French would say "passee".

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  • Detail de votre commande n° 402-2435920-0809943 passee le avril 28 2008

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  • All this designer label naming is so passee, such a bore.

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  • Aussi aussi ... ben rien a part que je suis sur les rotules a cause de ma journee de dimanche!! ben j'avais invité Mokomoko pour le festival dédié a l'enfance dans ma ville et pis bien sur debout tot, pas de dodotage de la journee plus les crises de rire (et une crise de cataplexie passee inapercu puisque j'etais DEJA allongé sur le canapé) ben ca fait beaucoup pour un seul homme!

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  • She must have been pretty once, but is rather passee; she is not well gantee, but she has a pretty hand — and while mamma talks to her, come with me to my own room, — my own, own room.

    The History of Pendennis

  • Je peux dire que la chanson est passee a la TV japonaise a Tokyo, et une version japonaise en CD va bientot sortir.

    Coup de Boule Paroles

  • UPDATE: One of my latest daily reads, the hilarious Jim-on-the-water, has some good rules for cruise-control junkies and for being the passer or the passee.

    December 2003

  • She is now a fat, comely dame of forty, with the remains of considerable beauty, but quite passee.

    Wild Life in the Rocky Mountains


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