fashion (n.)
observance, style, latest practice
1H6 II.iv.76[Richard to Somerset] I scorn thee and thy fashion [i.e. of wearing the red rose]
JC IV.i.39[Antony to Octavius, of Lepidus] one that feeds / On objects, arts, and imitations, / Which ... staled by other men, / Begins his fashion
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