Newfashioned

New`fash´ioned


a.1.Made in a new form, or lately come into fashion.
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Secondly, given my interaction with small and big city fellas, I am sure a good share of the ' modern' 50 per cent would be jostling for space with the other half when it comes to forging any meaningful commitment with a woman who is ' newfashioned' by their definition.
Now, I'm not making the old-fashioned ultra-leftist argument, or even the newfashioned autonomist argument, that only the working class can achieve justice, but the working class are curiously lacking in any agency in this account.
Thrifty Drug Stores, the leading growth gainer for 1994 achieved its growth the newfashioned way, through acquisition, with the purchase of Payless from Kmart boosting to that company's final tally.