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vogue
used in Great Expectations

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the popular taste at a given time (in fashion)
  • Mr. Trabb then bent over number four, and in a sort of deferential confidence recommended it to me as a light article for summer wear, an article much in vogue among the nobility and gentry, an article that it would ever be an honor to him to reflect upon a distinguished fellow-townsman's (if he might claim me for a fellow-townsman) having worn.
    Chapter 19 (37% in)

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