fashion

Part of speech: verb

To frame; mold; make; fit.

Part of speech: noun

The prevailing mode, as in dress.

Part of speech: noun

Manner; method; way.

Part of speech: noun

The make or shape of a thing; appearance; form.

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Usage examples "fashion":

  1. I don't mean that one doesn't get tired after a fashion. - "Aurora the Magnificent", Gertrude Hall.
  2. These gentlemen seemed both well acquainted with Miss Manners, and vowed that none but American beauties would ever be the fashion in London more. - "Richard Carvel, Volume 5", Winston Churchill.
  3. " My dear Sir Grantley; my dear young friend," exclaimed her ladyship, laying her hand in a sympathising fashion upon his arm. - "Lady Maude's Mania", George Manville Fenn.