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Synonym: a la modein stylein voguelatestmodishSimilar words: dialogueinvokeinvolveinvolvedinvocationinvolvementconvoyvagueMeaning: adj. in the current fashion or style. 
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1, Short skirts are very much in vogue just now.
2, Black is in vogue again.
3, Pale colours are much more in vogue than autumnal bronzes and coppers.
4, No problem. Subtle shades continue to be in vogue.
5, Subtle shades continue to be in vogue.
6, It was not in vogue in Nottingham.
7, Now in vogue are divestment, MBOs, and break-up bids.
8, Suburban thinking was in vogue, but totalitarianism was better.
9, I read about it in Vogue ... how it makes you lose your memory.
10, About this time crochet garments were in vogue, so I answered another advertisement.
11, His face turned up in Vogue, and he made commercials for mineral water.
12, In the 1870s, after all, when plumpness was in vogue, physicians had encouraged people to gain weight.
13, Had they been in vogue in 1951, the words perestroika and glasnost might have been used by observers.
14, The medium-sized town stations sometimes reflected the styles in vogue for their grander counterparts.
15, Jogging is in vogue throughout the world.
16, This winter boots will be in vogue/in fashion.
17, Delicious,(http://sentencedict.com/in vogue.html) glamorous cocktails are back in vogue.
18, Short skirts were not in vogue then.
19, It was in vogue at an earlier time.
20, Such targeted taxes seem to be in vogue moment.
21, Short skirts are no longer in vogue in Britain.
22, If you see Action English, you're in vogue actually.
23, I know a little. It is in vogue now.
24, This hairstyle is in vogue.
25, But if the players agree, interleague play will be in vogue for 214 of 2, 268 regular-season games next year.
26, Came the intense medical examination, much of which is commonplace today, but by no means in vogue in 1928/29.
27, I desire you to dismiss from your minds certain phrases which I am sorry to find much in vogue amongst you.
28, She had little or no reputation for doing the new plays then in vogue.
29, All they cared about was clothes and jewelry and being in vogue. Cooking classes.
30, Why are we idiots and moral degenerates, while they are in vogue?
More similar words: dialogueinvokeinvolveinvolvedinvocationinvolvementconvoyvagueguestargueleagueconvolutedfatigueintrigueharanguecolleagueintriguedinventinvadeinvestin vaininvalidinverseinvestorin view ofinvasioninventioninventoryinveterateinvitation
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