The hut was made in the following manner, which had then come into vogue.
(alluding to a map of love much in vogue at that time).
The band played the polonaise in vogue at that time on account of the words that had been set to it, beginning: "Alexander, Elisaveta, all our hearts you ravish quite…."
Every visitor who came to the house paid his tribute to the melancholy mood of the hostess, and then amused himself with society gossip, dancing, intellectual games, and bouts rimes, which were in vogue at the Karagins’.
Nicholas was a plain farmer: he did not like innovations, especially the English ones then coming into vogue.
(She used the word "diplomat," which was just then much in vogue among the children, in the special sense they attached to it.
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Before Rand could apologize or engage further, Tanner and Betsy arrived together, looking like a Vogue spread—crisp slacks and jewel-toned shirts and gleaming gold watches and rings—and Tanner leaned toward my ear and whispered, Let me see where we are, and then Go was rushing in, all alarmed eyes and questions: What does this mean?
Gillian Flynn -- Gone Girl
The next afternoon, a Teen Vogue magazine just appeared on my bed.