One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A person or thing that enjoys a short period of great popularity.‘social networking is no longer the flavor of the month among investors’
all the rage, the latest thing, the fashion, the trend, in vogue, in demand, in great demandView synonyms
- ‘I wasn't flavour of the month with the institutions though.’
- ‘I don't want to be a flavour of the month - I want to be a legend.’
- ‘I am very glad that we seem to be flavour of the month at the moment.’
- ‘To stand up and be counted is not very cool; going with the tide seems to be the flavour of the month.’
- ‘And you know, Scottish bands have been flavour of the month before and we were here then, so we'll be here again next time.’
- ‘They were flavour of the month, and were flying.’
- ‘There's no doubt, as a holiday destination, Tasmania is currently flavour of the month.’
- ‘It does not depend on how I look or whether I am flavour of the month.’
- ‘‘Buy-to-let is the real flavour of the month for investors,’ he says.’
- ‘One minute you're flavour of the month, top of the bestseller charts and the subject of every dinner party conversation; the next minute you're branded an irresponsible health risk.’
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