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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of fashion.
- adj. having a specified fashion or style
- adj. being in style
- adj. being well designed
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having a certain style or fashion.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. planned and made or fashioned artistically
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Cultivating an image of something of a Texas Marlboro Man -- a label fashioned by
The more deliberately this type of milieu is fashioned from the foreign, the more the process of composition can be considered a craft in its own right.
The watch bands can be utterly mannish and rugged or they can be fashioned from the finest metals and accented with jewels in the watch face.
It was a knife home-wrought and crudely fashioned from a whip-saw file; a knife such as one may find possessed by old men in a hundred Alaskan villages.
An even stronger rope can be fashioned from a dried plant called dogbane, once the stick-like stalks have been crushed and the flaky covering removed.
Mikhael Kale closed the show with questionable dresses fashioned from a handful of fabrics, clear plastic paneling and crystal embellishments -- it looked somewhat futuristic, but mostly just confused and certainly not flattering for the average female.
But "old-fashioned" is not always a negative term.
The bacon old fashioned is a real drink, served in bars from Portland, Ore., to New York.
The hair color that looks the most old fashioned is frosted blond hair.
And even today, though the mines are less productive, silver is still found, making Guanajuato a great place for those who want to buy items fashioned from the gleaming metal.