out of fashion

  1. unpopular and considered unappealing or unfashionable at the time
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  • His gentler poeticism has fallen out of fashion. Times, Sunday Times
  • Their music will never go out of fashion .
  • For comic effect it has a character whose supposedly hilarious weakness is to use phrases that have gone out of fashion.
  • He's been in fashion, he's been out of fashion, he's been a jazz-rock drummer, a prog-rock singer and a housewives' favourite. Times, Sunday Times
  • Munk á csi managed to make art out of fashion photography and many of his fashion images highlight the photographer's constant attention to geometrics and aesthetics. A Retrospective of Munk
  • The charm bracelet itself has come in and out of fashion over the decades. Times, Sunday Times
  • Traditional sitcoms, in particular, have fallen out of fashion as networks ditched the laugh track in recent years for "dramedies" such as "Desperate Housewives" and fresher formats in the vein of the mock documentary "The Office. A Nerdy Comedy's Winning Formula
  • And she told me, after she had looked it all over and said it wuz kinder thin and slazy, and checkered shawls had gone out of fashion, and the black looked some as if it would fade with washin ', and the white wuzn't over clear, and the colors wuzn't no ways becomin' to her complexion, and etcetery, etcetery. Samantha among the Brethren — Volume 3
  • Besides, the term "gotcha question" is so out of fashion. Joan E. Dowlin: The Scariest Thing About the Sept. 12 GOP Debate Was the Audience
  • Better be out of the world than out of fashion
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