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style
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(New American Roget's College Thesaurus)
n. form, manner, method, way; fashion; smartness, vogue, mode, chic; craze, fad, rage, last word; practice, habit, [characteristic] behavior, air; diction, phraseology, wording, rhetoric; distinction, elegance. See grammar.
II
(Roget's IV) n.
1. [Distinctive manner]
Syn. way, form, technique; see method 2 .
2. [Fashion]
Syn. vogue, habit, custom; see fashion 2 .
3. [Behavior]
Syn. carriage, bearing, manner, tendency; see behavior 1 , characteristic , habit 1 .
See Synonym Study at fashion .
in style,
Syn. stylish, modish, current; see fashionable , popular 1 .
III
(Roget's 3 Superthesaurus) n.
1. manner mode, design, way, type, form, sort, kind, variety, genre, method, cut, expression, execution.
2. distinction flair, voice, technique, originality, character. ''The dress of thoughts. —Lord Chesterfield. ''A man s style is his mind s voice. — Ralph Waldo Emerson. ''The creation of one s own language. —Roger Hemings.
3. stylishness high fashion, fashion, vogue, rage, fad, craze, trend.
IV
(Roget's Thesaurus II) I noun 1. A distinctive way of expressing oneself: fashion, manner, mode, tone, vein. See STYLE. 2. The approach used to do something: fashion, manner, method, mode, modus operandi, system, way, wise2. See MEANS. 3. Behavior through which one reveals one's personality: address, air, bearing, demeanor, manner, mien, presence. Archaic: port. See BE, STYLE. 4. The current custom: craze, fad, fashion, furor, mode, rage, trend, vogue. Informal: thing. Idioms: the in thing, the last word, the latest thing. See STYLE, USUAL. 5. The word or words by which one is called and identified: appellation, appellative, cognomen, denomination, designation, epithet, name, nickname, tag, title. Slang: handle, moniker. See SPECIFIC, WORDS. II verb 1. To give a name or title to: baptize, call, christen, denominate, designate, dub, entitle, name, term, title. See SPECIFIC, WORDS. 2. To describe with a word or term: call, characterize, designate, label, name, tag, term. See SPECIFIC, WORDS.

English dictionary for students. 2013.

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