unfashionable

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[ US /ənˈfæʃənəbəɫ/ ]
[ UK /ʌnfˈæʃənəbə‍l/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. unpopular and considered unappealing or unfashionable at the time
  2. not in accord with or not following current fashion
    unfashionable clothes
    melodrama of a now unfashionable kind
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How To Use unfashionable In A Sentence

  • Unless you've been hiding under an unfashionable rock for the past year, you'll have the word camel firmly rooted in your fashionista lexicon. Philippa Young: Camel: It Doesn't Matter if You're Black or White
  • They use cheap materials and actually destroy a lot of decent furniture and fittings in the process - if something is considered unfashionable it gets taken out or painted over.
  • As a poet, he is now unfashionable, so it is a moot question whether a play based on him can be of any current interest.
  • I live on the unfashionable west side of Santa Fe, where the neighborhood is small and funky, adobe houses sitting in well-tended yards of flax and hollyhocks or the neglected ones of dirt and panic grass with a few old car parts thrown in.
  • Port remains one of the most unfashionable fortified wines. Times, Sunday Times
  • Which is a great shame because in the current climate, where the love of reading and untempered enthusiasm for ideas is regarded as increasingly unfashionable, she remains one of the few consistently dissenting voices.
  • Silver is still regarded by many as unfashionable: the stigma of poor-quality mid-to-late-twentieth-century reproduction silver has been hard to shake off.
  • I had to wear all my brother's highly unfashionable cast-off clothes and the bathroom always stunk of Guinness.
  • unfashionable clothes
  • Wearing fur has become deeply unfashionable.
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