Fashion Synonyms, Fashion Antonyms | Merriam-Webster Thesaurus

1
a practice or interest that is very popular for a short time

  • during the 1990s tattoos once again became a hot fashion especially for young men

  • buzz,
  • chic,
  • craze,
  • dernier cri,
  • enthusiasm,
  • fad,
  • flavor,
  • go,
  • hot ticket,
  • last word,
  • latest,
  • mode,
  • rage,
  • sensation,
  • style,
  • ton,
  • trend,
  • vogue

2
a distinctive way of putting ideas into words

  • when angry, he tends to express himself in a fashion that shows that he has a mastery of all of the expletives in which the English language abounds

3
a usual manner of behaving or doing

  • it has long been my fashion to rise early

4
the means or procedure for doing something

  • you can mix the ingredients in any fashion you choose—by hand or by machine

  • approach,
  • form,
  • how,
  • manner,
  • method,
  • methodology,
  • recipe,
  • strategy,
  • style,
  • system,
  • tack,
  • tactics,
  • technique,
  • way

  • blueprint,
  • design,
  • game,
  • game plan,
  • ground plan,
  • intrigue,
  • layout,
  • line,
  • model,
  • plan,
  • plot,
  • program,
  • route,
  • scheme

5
high position within society

  • a literary salon attended by people of fashion from all over the city

6
the outward appearance of something as distinguished from its substance

  • over the millennia, nature had worked the face of the rocky cliff into the fashion of a man’s head

1
to change (something) so as to make it suitable for a new use or situation

  • the ex-governor seems to be fashioning his political beliefs to win favor with a more conservative national electorate

  • acclimate,
  • acclimatize,
  • accommodate,
  • adapt,
  • adjust,
  • condition,
  • conform,
  • doctor,
  • edit,
  • fit,
  • put,
  • shape,
  • suit,
  • tailor

  • alter,
  • convert,
  • make over,
  • modify,
  • recast,
  • reclaim,
  • recycle,
  • redesign,
  • redevelop,
  • redo,
  • reengineer,
  • refashion,
  • refigure,
  • refit,
  • refocus,
  • reinvent,
  • rejigger,
  • remake,
  • remodel,
  • revamp,
  • revise,
  • rework,
  • transform

2
to bring into being by combining, shaping, or transforming materials

  • for the Christmas pageant the boy’s mother was able to fashion the length of fabric into something that could pass as a shepherd’s outfit

  • assemble,
  • build,
  • construct,
  • erect,
  • make up,
  • put up,
  • raise,
  • rear,
  • set up,
  • structure,
  • throw up

  • abolish,
  • annihilate,
  • demolish,
  • destroy,
  • devastate,
  • eradicate,
  • exterminate,
  • extinguish,
  • flatten,
  • pulverize,
  • raze,
  • ruin,
  • shatter,
  • smash,
  • wreck

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