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used in A Prayer for Owen Meany

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the popular taste at a given time (in fashion)
  • She wore too much gold and silver for New Hampshire; in New York, I'm sure, she was certainly in vogue—but her clothes and her jewelry, and her bouffant, were more suited to the kind of hotels and cities where "evening" or formal clothes are standard.
    p. 378.4

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