Definitions

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  • n. One who dances in the vogue style.

Etymologies

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vogue +‎ -er

Examples

  • Three Random Words: une estrade (f) = platform le saindoux (m) = lard voguer = to drift, to wander in Characters, Kindness of strangers | Permalink

    Characters

  • Three Random Words: une estrade (f) = platform le saindoux (m) = lard voguer = to drift, to wander

    French Word-A-Day:

  • They even managed to resist the temptation to "mop" from Barneys ( "mopping" is voguer lingo for stealing; the wearing of mopped clothes is a prerequisite to "walking a ball").

    Pater Is Burning! Rad Dads in Drag

  • They even did the Leiomy Lolly made famous by New York voguer, Leiomy Maldonado.

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  • French voguer ` to row 'has Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish counterparts, respectively vogare, vogar, and bogar ` to row.'

    VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol IX No 3

  • Note, also, VOGUE ` the prevailing fashion '[from French vogue ` rowing, sailing, going,' voguer ` to row (a boat) '].

    VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol IX No 3

  • une estrade (f) = platform le saindoux (m) = lard voguer = to drift, to wander in Characters, Kindness of strangers | Permalink

    Characters

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