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- adv. In an unfashionable manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an unfashionable manner; not in accordance with fashion.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an unfashionable manner
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Dressed in unfashionably straight-laced clothing, the strangers espoused political beliefs that were highly disagreeable to Glickman.
Angie just seems like she's dull, she dresses "unfashionably" ….
Certainly, those bank heads who said that the time for remorse was over might have cause for regret, as might those who continued to pursue unfashionably high returns on equity.
In this excellent (and unfashionably admiring) biography of Frank Jack Fletcher, he judged Midway an 'incredible victory,' but (with apologies to Walter Lord) not so much, as commonly thought, in terms of the overall disparity of odds.
Dudamel used almost unfashionably large forces by UK standards, but controlled them superbly throughout.
When a fashion show "starts" at 1 pm, it really means that that's when people start to sit down; the actual show starts about 30 minutes late and lasts about ten minutes, which means that if you arrive unfashionably early you will be sitting and waiting for five times as long as it takes to watch the actual fashion show.
She sometimes views the world through unfashionably goofy horn-rimmed glasses.
The action kicks off unfashionably early tomorrow with a show by Balenciaga at 10am CET, and later on Rick Owens and Nina Ricci will show their latest collections.
After all, WWD did compare Prada to some unfashionably-bearded chap called Charles Darwin:
Despite his lifelong passion for smart society women, he married an unmitigated frump: Johanna von Puttkamer, who dined at five, dressed unfashionably, and dodged every invitation the Bismarcks received for political and social engagements.