voguish

adjective
vogu·ish | \ ˈvō-gish \

Definition of voguish 

2 : suddenly or temporarily popular a voguish term

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Other words from voguish

voguishness noun

Examples of voguish in a Sentence

that boutique always has the most voguish shoes an art critic with an unfortunate penchant for throwing around a lot of voguish words

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In a curious conflation of luxury and authenticity typical of today’s voguish aesthetic, guests sip Old-Fashioneds at a poolside bar made from a shipping container while watching working shipping containers get unloaded across the water. David Amsden, Smithsonian, "How Baltimore Quietly Became the East Coast’s Next Cool City," 31 July 2017 In a curious conflation of luxury and authenticity typical of today’s voguish aesthetic, guests sip Old-Fashioneds at a poolside bar made from a shipping container while watching working shipping containers get unloaded across the water. David Amsden, Smithsonian, "How Baltimore Quietly Became the East Coast’s Next Cool City," 31 July 2017 In recent years, behavioral science has become a voguish field. Sarah Stillman, The New Yorker, "Can Behavioral Science Help in Flint?," 23 Jan. 2017

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First Known Use of voguish

1926, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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vogue la galère

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voice

voice actor

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The first known use of voguish was in 1926

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