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Out of fashion.
old-fashioned, outmoded, out of fashion, out of date, unfashionable, frumpish, frumpy, out of style, outdated, dated, out, outworn, old, former, dead, musty, old-time, old-world, behindhand, past, bygone, archaic, obsolescent, obsolete, ancient, antiquated, superannuatedView synonyms
- ‘But this show merely lampooned the ‘pallid universe’ of démodé consumer goods.’
French, past participle of démoder go out of fashion.
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