Part of speech: noun

The prevalent way or fashion; popular temporary usage.

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Usage examples "vogue":

  1. Private concerts were so much the vogue in Paris that musicians of high rank found more profit in these than in such as were given to the miscellaneous public. - "Great Violinists And Pianists", George T. Ferris.
  2. And before long it was universally in vogue. - "Historical Introductions to the Symbolical Books of the Evangelical Lutheran Church", Friedrich Bente.
  3. It is singular what vogue and circulation a story of the hour will receive. - "My Memories of Eighty Years", Chauncey M. Depew.