Vogue meaning

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Vogue is the popular style or fashion.

Designer clothing worn by celebrities is an example of something that is in vogue.

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The prevailing fashion, practice, or style.

Hoop skirts were once the vogue.

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Popular acceptance or favor; popularity.

A party game no longer in vogue.

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The definition of vogue is something popular or fashionable.

The designer dresses in the pages of a fashion magazine are an example of something that would be described as vogue.

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To dance by striking a series of rigid, stylized poses, evocative of fashion models during photograph shoots.
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The accepted fashion or style at any particular time; mode.
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General favor or acceptance; popularity.

Coming into vogue.

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In vogue.
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Miniskirts were the vogue in the '60s.

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Hula hoops are no longer in vogue.

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A highly stylized modern dance that evolved out of the Harlem ballroom scene in the 1960s.
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(intransitive) To dance in the vogue dance style.
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Origin of vogue

  • French renown, popularity from voguer to row, go forward on the water, be current from Old French to row from Old Italian vogare perhap of Greek origin and originally referring to the rocking motion of a boat perhaps akin to Greek baukalān to lull to sleep V., after the fashion magazine Vogue

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • (1565) From Middle French vogue (“wave, course of success"), from voguer (“to row, sway, set sail").

    From Wiktionary