folklore

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a body of traditional beliefs and notions accumulated about a particular subject

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Slim leather trousers and capes reference a folklorish theme, while perennial winter favourite, fake fur, adds a whiff of old-fashioned Hollywood.
And almost echoing the folklorish theme of the evening, there is a hint of Argentinian tango in the music's context.
Robert Wilson's dreamlike design for the folklorish work, with music by violin virtuoso Michael Galasso, has entranced even those who have become used to Wilson's vices.
With influences from the art and culture of the 1960s and '70s, as well as the current trend to folklorish and Bohemian designs, Retro Beat, Hippy Chick, Bohemian Style and Brilliance add an array of color and drama to Popular themes.
In an age of white-coated, grant-seeking scientists secure in foundations and universities, their Victorian forebears look like folklorish giants.