Definitions

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  • adj. fashionable, prevailing

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Examples

  • Marvellous, but the highlight for me is the choreographed 'vogueing' which accompanies new song

    The Music Fix

  • He could not have looked more absurd, vogueing on his puzzled steed, drowning in his goofy Stetson, barely able to deliver his lines.

    Revenge of the 60-Year-Old Has-Beens

  • The event, which started Nov. 1, pushes visual artists to create live performances, with the results ranging from "battle of yestermore," a Japanese kabuki theater and vogueing combo that tells the story of a princess fighting the guardians of her family's gravesite, and a one-time performance on Friday Nov. 4 of "Put a Song in Your Thing," a multimedia work by artist Frances Stark that includes details about her sexual exploits on the Internet.

    The Short List

  • Just afterwards, it happened that a few different people in the audience, who had received complimentary hoops, started vogueing with their hoops as they were leaving.

    Hooping.org | Blog | DeAnn DeLuna: Inside The Hoop

  • But in practice I had started to minimize the disaster by vogueing just when the hoop flew out from my control.

    Hooping.org | Blog | DeAnn DeLuna: Inside The Hoop

  • He demonstrates their act, which involves a lot of vogueing.

    Una LaMarche: Pregnant in Heels Ep. 2: Everything You Never Wanted To Know About Sex But Weren't Afraid To Ask

  • And nothing is worse than lying to ourselves, frontin, fakin, vogueing, BSing.

    Anthony Lister at Lyons Wier Gallery, NYC

  • The crowd's outfits run the gamut: Madonna-inspired costumes (everything from cowboy hats to "Like a Virgin" T-shirts) here, shirtless men there, all vogueing and shimmying until the wee hours.

    Nightlife agenda

  • During Wednesday night's sold-out performance at Rock & Roll Hotel, the singer bounded about the stage, vogueing like Dr. Frank N. Furter's understudy while his backing band, Haunted Graffiti, laid down quiet-storm grooves and Tom Scott-worthy midnight saxophone leads.

    Ariel Pink and Haunted Graffiti bring strange brew of music to District

  • The crowd's outfits run the gamut: Madonna-9inspired costumes (everything from cowboy hats to "Like a Virgin" T-shirts) here, shirtless men there, all vogueing and shimmying until the wee hours.

    Nightlife Agenda

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