fashion (n.)
manner, way, mode, appearance
2H4 II.iv.54[Hostess to Doll and Falstaff] this is the old fashion [i.e. just like the old days]
Ham I.iii.111[Ophelia to Polonius, of Hamlet] he hath importuned me with love / In honourable fashion [pun: 112, sense 3]
JC I.iii.34[Cicero to Casca] men may construe things after their fashion [i.e. in their own way]
JC IV.iii.133[Cassius to Brutus, of the Poet] Bear with him, Brutus; 'tis his fashion
Tim I.ii.144[Timon to Ladies] You have ... / Set a fair fashion on our entertainment [i.e. added an attractive look]
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