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Synonyms for unfashionable

Synonyms for unfashionable

not in accord with or not following current fashion


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It's a good car, yes, but to put that into perspective it's incredible what opting for a nice big unfashionable petrol saloon will get you.
The guy is larger than life and at Brentford consistently got a very average squad into the play offs and this season has the unfashionable MK Dons just off the top spot.
In detail, too, the architect's skill is clear to see, with ambitious junctions masterfully executed, maintaining the practice's now relatively unfashionable interest in the integration of product, component and building design.
Forget that it can sometimes be seen as unfashionable to be attracted to an icon like Michael--a warrior--who is too militaristic for the sensibilities of some today.
Dads beware because this Saturday the style police are in town and they are looking for South Wales' most unfashionable father.
Having made a poor decision in choosing unfashionable Norfolk as a vacation spot, they are barely enduring the location and their togetherness when a strange 30ish woman, Amber, knocks at the door of their rental house and is invited in.
Increasingly removed from any relationship to Minimalism or Pop--categories that never quite fit in the first place--Artschwager has quietly positioned himself as Rene Magritte's American heir, however unfashionable a move that might sound.
Amateur ethnologist-filmmaker Henry de la Falaise traveled to Bali in 1933 to shoot this silent rarity in the now unfashionable two-strip Technicolor process.
Desperately trying to let the Stadium officials know that they need Welsh football a lot more than Welsh football needs the Stadium, Collins declared: 'Should Wales be paired with unfashionable opposition in the European Championship qualification draw come January, we might not need to use the Millennium Stadium at all.
If Hughes were yet alive, perhaps he would smile about the unfashionable terms Negro and colored that date his text.
The commotion at Shiodome is reminiscent of Japan's high-growth era following the war, but it seems especially perplexing when compared to shuttered shotengai shopping streets in the unfashionable wards of the capital, not to mention glacial commerce in rural communities.
The result is a monograph that offers the real intellectual rewards traditionally associated with this seemingly unfashionable genre.
This is good news for the British Sprout Growers' Association which two years ago established its own industry organisation to enhance the popularity of a vegetable which was in danger of becoming unfashionable.
The neighborhood, was basically woodland, unfashionable and not yet a desirable place to live.
Because though I know it's hopelessly unfashionable to say this, facts exist.