Vogue

Vogue

(?), n. [F. vogue a rowing, vogue, fashion, It. voga, fr. vogare to row, to sail; probably fr. OHG. wagn to move, akin to E. way. Cf. Way.] 1. The way or fashion of people at any particular time; temporary mode, custom, or practice; popular reception for the time; -- used now generally in the phrase in vogue.
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One vogue, one vein,
One air of thoughts usurps my brain.
Herbert.
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Whatsoever its vogue may be, I still flatter myself that the parents of the growing generation will be satisfied with what to be taught to their children in Westminster, in Eton, or in Winchester.
Burke.
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Use may revive the obsoletest words,
And banish those that now are most in vogue.
Roscommon.
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2. Influence; power; sway. [Obs.] Strype.
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