subtrend

noun
sub·​trend | \ˈsəb-ˌtrend \
variants: or sub-trend
plural subtrends or sub-trends

Definition of subtrend 

: a trend that is part of or secondary to a more prevalent trend Within the long-established suburban trend of proliferating places offering $4 coffee drinks, there is a subtrend of coffeehouses that see themselves as something more. Their approaches differ, but a common theme is a whole lot of mocha-flavored creativity.— Bill Osinski

First Known Use of subtrend

1891, in the meaning defined above

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